Faculty of Social Work Setu project is truly becoming a bridge for the needy
An ambulance was donated by National Bearing Company Ltd. Savli to Setu Online Help Center
The Faculty of Social Work, M.S. University, Vadodara has recently launched the 'Setu - Online Help Center' One Stop Center (Covid-19 Response Field Action Project) project for the treatment and assistance of Covid epidemic.
To help this project of the Faculty of Social Work, National Bearing Company Ltd. in Savli has donated 10 oximeters, 10 thermometers, 20 vapor machines, 10 liters of sanitizer, 300 masks and an ambulance van with two drivers to the Setu project. Donations, ration kits, masks, sanitizers, oximeters, medicines as well as medical equipments are accepted by Setu Sahayakendra and delivered to the needy.
Working as a bridge, Setu Online Help Center has included 6 services in which all the information of medical treatment are provided by hospitals, pharmacy, oxygen cylinder, concentrator, laboratories, covid test, examination, home examination as well as advice and treatment to people.
Donations, ration kits, masks, sanitizers, oximeters, medicines as well as medical equipment are accepted and delivered to the needy through Setu Online Help Center. Guidance is also provided about people's queries such as free / paid tiffin services, child care organizations, follow up services, government schemes, home quarantine assistance in daily necessities, guidance for orphans as well as single parent children.
Setu has also provided counseling services in the online help center project. In which efforts are made to reduce the mental stress of the people guided by the faculty. People are mentally helped in their worries, sorrows as well as mental stress.
Through online dialogue and activities with children, activities like games, inspirational videos, physical activities, informative tests and lots of puppet shows, clay toys, drawing, paper work, dance, memory game are done.
While transportation services only is provided to the staff of the University. To avail this service, the citizens are asked to contact on 7861943063 and 7861957553 as told by Dr. Bhavna Mehta, Dean of the Faculty.