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Tech Mahindra Foundation and Mission Oxygen to set 50 Oxygen Plants. This partnership will strive to ensure that hospitals, nursing homes and medical care facilities, especially in tier-2 cities, get immediate access to oxygen. Few of these plants will produce a cylindrical capacity of 15 Nm3/hour which will amount to 55 oxygen cylinders per day. This will be able to support uninterrupted O2 supply to 27-30 patients.

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Commenting on this Jagdish Mitra, Chief Strategy Officer & Head of Growth, Tech Mahindra said,We at Tech Mahindra, are determined to support people and the society at large in these difficult times. We are aware of the likelihood of the virus coming back in another wave, and therefore, feel the need to support our country to prepare better by strengthening the healthcare system, especially in areas where the cases are to peak in the next 3-5 weeks based on analytics and data modelling.  To this effect, we are extending our support to Mission Oxygen, a group of extremely agile entrepreneurs who have done a splendid job in providing oxygen concentrators. We are confident that together we can contribute towards enabling the supply chain digitally and provide immediate access of oxygen concentrators to hospitals, and also set up permanent oxygen facilities for the long run”.

As for what is Mission Oxygen, according to them, they are an initiative by the Democracy People Foundation with the participation of 250 entrepreneurs that has successfully raised Rs 36 Crores through its efforts and has already donated 1000 Oxygen Concentrators and will donate 5000 more Oxygen Generators by the 20th of May. As part of the partnership, Tech Mahindra will provide technologies to digitally support the campaign and enable their supply chain operations. Additionally, the partnership will also leverage Tech Mahindra’s global partner ecosystem of associates, clients and partners to raise awareness.

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By Madhav Banka

Madhav is a Tech Enthusiast and a Gamer. He also writes for The Unbiased Blog, where he covers Tech related news and more.

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