As the second wave of COVID-19 rages through the country, media and global donor attention is focused on the supply of oxygen in its various forms – even as the country grapples with extreme hunger, poverty, and loss of livelihoods.

The question today is, why aren’t global, institutional funders – many of whom are familiar with India’s development sector landscape – funding humanitarian relief during this wave? Especially at a time when nonprofits that have been embedded in communities for years are struggling to raise funds for their efforts.

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