Taking an extension from last year’s initiative, the campaign aims to sensitise people and urge them to help those who may need support in their Covid-19 vaccination journey. The initiative calls on individuals to come forward and offer assistance to everyday workers like maids, drivers, security guards and gardeners who may not have access to the right resources, platforms to register for their vaccination or may have limited access to knowledge on vaccination.
At present people may be facing various challenges in their vaccination attempt, including lack of awareness, Covid19-related misconceptions, digital divide, technology, and language barriers. The initiative is hopeful of addressing some of these by aiming to spread awareness and facilitating change.
The initiative will involve spreading awareness and inspiring others to help their support staff and people around them to get vaccinated through digital outreach and leveraging authentic influencers on Social media. Facilitate information, which involves a dedicated microsite offering vaccination-related information, resources, and support tips. Partner with volunteer groups and NGOs to help the less privileged in their vaccination journey.
Over the years, Tata Tea’s initiative has become a clarion call for social awakening, with the brand and platform inspiring and facilitating genuine changes for a better society.
Commenting on the initiative, Puneet Das, president – Packaged Beverages (India & South Asia), said, “Jaago re has always been instrumental in addressing large social issues collectively by spreading awareness and inspiring people to take action. This time, we are focused on protecting those who help us every day by assisting them in their vaccination efforts. The initiative will involve spreading awareness on the need to vaccinate, education and relevant tips, association with community partners to motivate people and finally take a pledge to encourage others to take similar action. Through this initiative, we are aiming to do our bit in supplementing the country in its vaccination drive because we believe that no one is safe till everyone is safe.”