Act Against India’s Second Wave with Operation COMET :

COVID-19 Outpatient Monitoring Education & Treatment

The COVID-19 Pandemic is spiraling out of control in its second wave as > 312,000 positive cases were reported on 21st April, 2021, the highest case burden of any nation throughout the pandemic. Armed with experience, we are prepared to take on the daunting challenge of India’s second COVID wave with Operation COMET.

Pratit International

Founded in 2007, is a non-profit organization dedicated to bridging global health disparities. Every year, we provide comprehensive medical care to over 2600 patients living in the slum communities of Kolkata, India.

With the current state of things, our doctors and health workers are in a unique position to help the suffering through Operation COMET.

Our major objectives include:

  • Reducing deaths due to COVID-19 through early detection and home based treatment

  • Reducing the overwhelming burden on India’s hospitals by treating mild to moderately ill patients with COVID-19 at home.

  • Door to Door vaccine delivery for family members

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Our Strategy & Costs

We will closely observe patients and if they deteriorate, they will be promptly transferred to hospitals for advanced care. Patients with mild to moderate COVID-19 will receive inclusive treatment in the comfort of their own home with 24 hour accessibility to world class medical care. We will work diligently to restore our patients with COVID-19 to full health by the time of discharge.


  • Buys IV fluids
    for 1 patient


  • Buys a course of steroids for 1 patient


  • Cost of a full course of home based COVID-19 care for 1 patient


  • Funds one oxygen concentrator that can be used to provide supplemental oxygen at home and refill oxygen tanks for multiple patients



During the pandemic, our organization mobilized with urgency to provide:

  • Comprehensive Medical Care
  • Food Supplies
  • Sanitization Supplies
  • To over 5000 individuals living in the slums of Kolkata.