our efforts to help the needy during covid 19 in Bengaluru

The second wave of the COVID 19 pandemic has made a devastating strike on humanity with the health care system overwhelming and thousands losing their lives. Children are the worst hit. Unofficial reports record that the third wave has already started in some places for children.   Hundreds of children are being orphaned or semi-orphaned. Acute shortage of beds, ICU beds, oxygen concentrators, monitors, Ventilators, Bi-pap, C-Pap machines etc., are reported both from government and private hospitals.  The situation is grim demanding a concerted and collaborative effort.


Under such circumstances, Dream India Network in collaboration with individuals, institutions, volunteering, and CSR groups have been proactive in ensuring quality care and treatment to the COVID infected and affected people particularly children and the poor through multiple interventions such as COVID care centres and Quarantine centres.


All centres secured all required approval from the competent authority. Most of these centres are supported by many partners especially :



Apart from this, there are many other partners associate with Dream India Network Bengaluru.

All these centres are offering free services with the support of individual donors and philanthropic organisations. Furthermore, all these centres (CCC & Quarantine) provide accommodation, nutritious and balanced diet, quality medical care and psycho-social care, health education sessions, recreation facilities etc., to the inmates. All these programmes are conducted to ensure that children are safe from COVID infection and related complications, and a child-friendly environment is provided to them. Similarly, centre follows the provisions of the JJ Act and required permissions are received from the respective Government authorities


Covid CareCentres (CCC) 

for infected children and destitute

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Quarantine Facility

for Covid Affected children

Dream India Network has commenced a 24 x 7 Ambulance service in Bengaluru urban/other places to serve the requirement of COVID patients. We are setting up ambulances ready to serve on an emergency call.


  • Transpiration of COVID Patients (Home to hospital  for hospitalisation and return)

  • For the burial purposes of COVID persons- Transportation to burial grounds/crematoriums


  Ambulance Services  


Support our network hospitals

With the support of various Volunteer and CSR groups, Dream India Network was able to equip several of DIN’s Network hospitals with lifesaving equipment/facilities such as Ventilators, Oxygen Concentrators, Oxygen Cylinders, ICU beds, ECG machines, Bipap, Consumables, furniture’s, Fowler beds etc. It is expected that with these advanced facilities in the hospitals quality care and treatment are provided to COVID Patients reducing the mortality rate. Presently DIN is associated with 27 hospitals from the government and private sector in urban and rural areas in Karnataka and other states of India. Those hospitals and corporate organisations interested to associate with Dream India Network can contact us.

In partnership with United Way Bengaluru and other stakeholders, Dream India Network supported the frontline health workers (doctors, nurses, etc) in the hospitals of Bangalore,  Delhi and Mumbai with large numbers of PPE kits, N95 masks, gloves, face shield, ply mask, Sanitisers, muffin, and pouches ensuring their safety while providing service to COVID patients. In addition, nutrition drink & snacks were also provided to them.

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  Support to Frontline Health Warriors 

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Humanitarian Assistance

Mr Jacob Chacko

Director of Medical and Allied Services

Philanthropist and donors are valuable assets of DIN. We are always inspired by their humanitarian action and good heart towards the needy and most disadvantaged.


Dream India Network cannot forget the philanthropic activities of Philanthropist Mr Jacob Chacko, he is also the Director of Health and Allied Services of the organisation. He has a vision for destitute, marginalised, vulnerable and disabled. He was instrumental in getting ambulances, medicines and medical equipment’s, consumables, and food items to the DIN partner hospitals to reach out to the needy COVID affected people.

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Covid related Upcoming projects of Dream India Network

Other COVID related activities


  • Dream India Network is operated a helpline number for COVID patients (for information and ambulance services) with other partners like Help Bangalore.  This helpline functions 24x 7 and our dedicated partner team provides the necessary support.

  • Direct medical assistance to COVID patients who are in need through our partner hospitals and organisations

Connect with us in partnership. 

Dream India Network is looking for partners and donors who are interested in associate and partner with us in implementing its upcoming COVID related projects. Feel free to connect with us 24 x 7.