About us

What is Chiraj?

Chiraj is a nonprofit organization based in Southampton, NY USA. The underlying goal of Chiraj is to help the most vulnerable populations around the world. Chiraj has been involved in providing financial assistance to new mothers affected by Zika, women’s hygiene in south India, refugee organizations in the Middle East, and human trafficking in South Africa. Mask Up Earth is Chiraj’s latest campaign.

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About us

Who is Dr. Rajeev Fernando?

Dr. Rajeev Fernando has been recognized as one of “America’s Top Doctors in New York” for the specialty of Infectious Disease since

2014. He graduated from Dartmouth and has worked with Médecins Sans Frontières, Stony Brook Hospital, and in various infectious disease hot spots for Zika, Ebola, and COVID‐19. In addition, Dr. Rajeev Fernando is also a fashion designer and documentary filmmaker.

We're On A Mission To Protect Earth.

Why We Need Masks

Masks are the single most important tool we have right now to slow the spread of COVID.

Both the CDC and WHO recommend wearing cloth covering in public places to stop the spread of COVID‐19.

Various studies by leading medical journals have estimated that if 80% of the population in the world wear masks, the death rate of COVID‐19 would be a whole lot lower than current levels.

Chances of transmission go down from17.4% to 3.1% when masks are worn.

How Do We Make Them?

Our masks are made in The USA, Brazil, and India. We have chosen manufacturing facilities that employ people that have been badly hit economically due to the pandemic.

We have chosen a simple, positive, and universal message of love to send all over the world. All our masks are reusable, fashionable, safe, and comfortable.

How Do We Make Them?

Our masks are made in The USA, Brazil, and India. We have chosen manufacturing facilities that employ people that have been badly hit economically due to the pandemic. .

We have chosen a simple, positive, and universal message of love to send all over the world. All our masks are reusable, fashionable, safe, and comfortable.

How Do We Distribute Them?

We have distributed thousands of masks in over fourteen countries through local charity organizations such as Grassroots Leadership, National Black Women's Justice Institute, Feed the Children, San Francisco-Marin Food Bank, SAWA for Development and Aid, Counties Manukau District Health Board, Phoenix Indian Center, and Catholic Charities USA.