Maha PECOnet 3.0 (2022)
MahaPECOnet is a unified response platform for disaster and peace time preparedness. MahaPECOnet 3.0 is a thematic led initiative that identifies risk informed development for vulnerability reduction, disaster preparedness and mitigation for community resilience and social sector recovery for early restoration and Build Back Better. The Thematic Areas are Housing and Basic Services; Social Protection, Rights & Entitlements; Skill Development, Employment and Entrepreneurship in rural and urban context; Climate Change Adaptation and Community Resilience. There are two Governing Council (GC) members assigned for each of these Thematic Areas. Each thematic area will be led by thematic anchors, co-lead and a core group. MahaPECOnet has its presence in every district of Maharashtra. Members are from multiple development background including civil society actors, CSRs, social enterprises, government bodies, professionals, academicians and volunteers working towards disaster and vulnerability reduction by Relief, Response, Preparedness and Recovery.
Maha PECOnet 2.0 (2021)
With the resurgence of Covid-19 in India, our efforts have doubled up. Our members with 300+ on-the-ground volunteers and teams are working round the clock. Our services include emergency relief- Oxygen Concentrators, Hospital Supplies, Non-Essential Items, Vaccination Awareness, and Assistance to ensure no one is left unattended in these times of crisis. Since March 2021, we have delivered support to over 171,000 people under various programs. We ensure that our efforts reach the unreached Covid-19 victims in India.
Maha PECOnet 1.0 (2020)
MAHA PECOnet is a UNICEF Mumbai-facilitated network of volunteers, corporates, government bodies, and over 75+ civil society organizations formed to streamline the efforts and services offered by them amid lockdown and unlock frenzy.
Our efforts have helped over 10,00,000 people pan India in 2020. Some of these services and solutions include relief to the out-of-work, helpless migrant laborers, designs for zero-touch, foot-operated handwashing stations, and sanitizer dispensers, standardized operating procedures for using community toilets, protocols for sanitizing community toilets, reopening of schools, and distributing food and dry ration to families living in slums.