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DBHRDC Hyderabad Produces 'Masks' for Free Distribution
Hyderabad, Mar. 26. Don Bosco Human Resource and Development Centre, Gagillapur- Hyderabad, has manufactured over 1000 masks for free distribution to the poor and most vulnerable in Salesian neighbourhoods, to help combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
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The 'masks' produced by the Tailoring Unit at Gagillapur, the motive was to contribute constructively to combat the Covid-19 making an effort to reach out to those persons who are the most affected and quarantined. This is  a 'pilot-project' initiative of disaster management by the BSK [Bosco Seva Kendra].  

In addition to manufacture of masks for free distribution, BSK has also prepared informative awareness Posters for prevention of the spread of Covid-19, with essential instructions and a list of 'dos and don'ts'.

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