Here’s how you can help your community during the lockdown in under 5 minutes

Citizen Matters and Wipro Foundation are jointly conducting a survey to collect data on the services available to vulnerable communities during the lockdown. Read on to find the survey form and more details.

The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting everyone, but more so the vulnerable citizens – the homeless, migrants, destitute, those with disabilities, among others. As responsible citizens of our neighbourhood, we can support the government to avert a humanitarian crisis.

Citizen Matters and Wipro Foundation are partnering to collate updates from the local community. This data will go into a dashboard that can be used by the civil society as well as the government to fill gaps in responses to the needs of all citizens.

Do help by sharing this information – this form will be open for the period of the lockdown.

Click here to fill the form


  1. The more the responses, the better. So please spread the word among friends and neighbours.
  2. Please share this info regularly – daily would be great. This will help us understand trends and act.
  3. You can submit whatever info you have. It’s not necessary to answer all questions before submitting.


  1. Zabir says:

    I hope you will help..i want to help this locality..

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