Dharavi, the plasma Donor!

Dharavi, Mumbai credit: mhameeq@pixabay.com

Every Indian knows about Dharavi! Dharavi in Mumbai is the most famous location in India. Its fame has spread across the Asia and the world equally. It’s the Asia’s largest slum.

Dharavi is a home for over one million Indians. It’s a mega city in a metropolitan city. Although the living conditions aren’t so great, yet people continue to thrive. They are the Mumbaikars at core. They are the great achievers.

For the life of every creature—its blood is its life.

Leviticus 17:14 (CJB): The Holy Bible

They have well adapted to the severe environmental challenges. It’s their home sweet home. They won’t be comfortable anywhere else in the whole world. I admire these people. They are very industrious people.

They manufacture variety of items. They know how to make living in the midst every kind of adversity. They are ready to face difficult and challenging conditions.

The COVID-19 pandemic knocked on the door of Dharavi. Everyone was skeptic about the control and prevention of COVID-19 in this densely populated area. The health department and the corporation was very swift in its response.

Kudos to everyone at corporation and health department for effective control strategies. Congratulations to all Mumbaikars for this great achievement. Dharavi was deemed as a COVID-19 hotspot.


Dharavi has many people who have recovered from COVID-19. These people are volunteering to donate their plasma. The plasma harvested from these saviours will save many people. I want to thank Dharavi residents and Mumbaikars for their generosity. Today Dharavi is considered as the leader of plasma donation. What a great example for everyone to emulate. It’s a slap in the face for all the skeptics of Dharavi.

God bless Dharavi. God bless Mumbai. God bless India 🙏 I bless you in the name Yeshua Meshiakh.

Jai Hind 🇮🇳

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      Dharavi model to fight COVID-19 gets WHO’s praise; all you need to know about it

      Within the span of three months, the continent’s most crowded slum has changed from being a COVID-19 hotspot to a potential success story.




      Publish Date: Sat, 11 Jul 2020 12:38 PM IST

      One of the most densely populated areas in the world, Mumbai’s Dharavi, which is spread over 613 hectares and has over 3.6 lakh people living per sq. Km.

      New Delhi | Jagran News Desk: Packed in narrow lanes and stacked in cluster spaces, Dharavi which was once a COVID-19 hotspot in India’s financial capital has now become a model lauded by many to curb the spread of the virus. Asia’s largest slum, Dharavi has been a major part of discussions on the successful models to battle coronavirus. The World Health Organisation recently praised the measures adopted by authorities to contain the spread of the virus in Dharavi, calling testing and tracing to be responsible to break the chain of transmission of the highly contagious disease.  

      ‘Dharavi and its struggles’

      One of the most densely populated areas in the world, Mumbai’s Dharavi, which is spread over 613 hectares and has over 3.6 lakh people living per sq. Km.

      The worry of the spread of the virus inside Dharavi intensified after the first positive case of COVID-19 was recorded on April 1 in the locality. The virus which could be defeated with rigorous social distancing norms had a bleak chance of victory in such a densely populated space. By the end of April, a total of 491 positive cases were reported with a doubling period of 18 days. In the month of May, cases rose to 1216 with as many as 56 deaths in the slum. By the end of June, deaths in Dharavi reduced to zero and the doubling rate of infection improved from 43 days in May to 78 days in the month of June.

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  1. Praise the Lord for Dharavi! I am glad to hear of any good news for your country!
    Praying for you, Nitin! God loves ALL His children.
    PS… What does Jai Hind mean?? Google says it’s a salutation to either mean “Victory to India” or “Long live India.” Is this correct? I would love to hear it from what you say it means when you use it to sign your posts. 🙂
    God loves you, Brother! Halleluyah! 🙂

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    1. Thanks Gail. It does mean “Long live India.” It’s a slogan used by our freedom fighters during the struggle for independence from foreign oppressions. Dharavi model has been appreciated by WHO. Thanks for visiting and commenting.

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      1. Oh! I get it. Like when we say “God Bless America,” because it is our patriotic cry since finally being free of British oppression. 🙂
        I am glad to know your Dharavi is having such good results!

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      2. Yes. Exactly. It’s the patriotic feeling. Every Indian is jubilious with “Jai Hind.” We also faught peaceful freedom struggle against British and Portuguese oppression of many centuries. Thanks for your valuable prayers. I deeply appreciate your valuable wishes and prayers. Be blessed in Yeshua Messaih’s name.

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