Addressing the illusion of women’s safety in India, Oxigen Wallet partners with One Touch Response, endorsing their technology based campaign ‘Freedom for Safety’. In view of women’s safety, which is a national concern, One Touch Response has developed a unique application to ensure safety for women subjected to possible hazardous circumstances such as travelling in cabs, road rage, car breakdowns, besides support during medical emergencies, 24/7 chemist and doctor referrals. Users can access the One Touch Response programme using Oxigen Wallet.
One Touch Response is a technology led company that provides safety and immediate assistance services to its more than 10,000 private and corporate clients in Delhi and its neighboring areas. One Touch Response provides Immediate Assistance and First Response services to its customers whenever they are faced with any real life situation involving personal safety or situations where they require assistance.
Speaking about the partnership, Spokesperson, Oxigen Wallet, commented, “We are proud to be associated with One Touch Response in its noble initiative of enhancing women’s safety. The idea is to make our women feel safe in its truest sense this Independence Day. Based on the incidents reported in India, One Touch Response identified situations when a woman could be subjected to risky circumstances and has come up with a unique app to make them feel more safe and free.”
Commenting on the partnership, Arvind Khanna, Founder, One Touch Response said, “We at One Touch Response (OTR) are thrilled to collaborate with Oxigen as they walk the talk of employee well-being as a priority. Oxigen employees now join the over 10,000 OTR customers who experience uninterrupted personal safety and security, with reliable help at hand whenever in distress.”
India is a country of peace-loving and law-abiding citizens. It is a safe destination for domestic as well as international tourists. However, like any other civil society, there are exceptions, and a small minority of the population has tarnished the image of the country. In view of this, the app is a quick solution to this very pressing national concern of Women’s Safety and a small initiative in honour of India’s 69th Independence Day.