The COVID-19 pandemic – the ultimate “threat multiplier” – is far more deeper and intricate than a health crisis: it cuts across political, cultural, bioenvironmental, and ethical domains, affecting societies and economies at their core. The direct health impacts of COVID-19 were dwarfed by the indirect ones. These include disruptions to immunization campaigns and essential health services, and rising food insecurity. The rise of hunger shows no signs of abating. By the end of 2020, the number of acutely food insecure people increased to 270 million due to COVID-19, representing an 82 per cent increase compared to the number of acutely food insecure people pre-COVID-19.1 Urgent and sustained humanitarian action is needed to avoid further deterioration and to prevent a risk of famine in areas already on the brink of starvation.
The world needs a one of a kind humanitarian service to provide social cohesion, through investing in community-led resilience and response systems to catalyze long-term sustainable protection, prevention and preparedness against COVID-19 from the grass-root level.
KDHS has seen a fair amount of success with the implementation of multilayer quarantine through KAILASA’s Covid Care initiative in numerous de facto spiritual embassies with zero reported cases of Coronavirus infection in the past two years and has already saved many lives with the vision centered on Human life; that it is more precious and important than all economic principles or systems in totality because all these concepts are legitimate only because of their relative utility value which is to fundamentally make human life better. At least until this ongoing crisis ends, all economic policies (related to money, banking, fixing prices of commodities, etc.) need to be revised to make sure no human being suffers from hunger or the absence of required medical care.
The impact of mental disorders and lack of spiritual strength during a humanitarian crisis are often difficult to assess, and inflict lasting damage. To assuage this and tackle the first set of problems of the post-COVID 19 world that Humanity will face, KDHS has commenced the KAILASA’s Covid Care Program offering accommodation, food and basic necessities free of cost for all regardless of caste, religion, color, age or gender. Through KAILASA’s Covid Care, KDHS has been offering enriching satsangs (psychological support through breakthrough cognitions), job readiness through vocational programs (spontaneous intelligence and enlightened leadership through intense involvement in community volunteering), spiritual programs, temple celebratory events, online spiritual healing and solutions and so on where we have been confronting all major setbacks the world faces today, namely depression, domestic violence, anxiety due to low self esteem, insecurity, lethargy and unemployability.