Baljit Kaur from Moga district has been with SEWA Punjab since the MAS training began in 2016. She has been highly active inorganising mohalla meetings and addressing civic and health issues of the women in her community. During the lockdown, she played a central role in helping her community to access relief. She went door to door to identify those who were in dire need of ration. While doing this,she faced challenges from people who did not believe that they would be provided with ration and so did not cooperate with her in identifying the neediest. Despite this she was able to make and send the list. In the time gap between sharing the list and receiving ration, she gave supplies from her own home to elderly couples who urgently required it. Once the ration supplies were arranged, she got a lorry and conducted door to door distribution in several areas along with the area in charge. Further, she would also take cooked meals prepared by a gurdwara in her area and distribute them throughout the day to needy families to avoid rush in a single place.