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by Nadiya ShafiA month and a half after Kashmir saw the worst floods in a century, rescue and rehabilitation have yet to reach a majority of the survivors. It was civil society that stepped up and started the initial rescue efforts; the army and government’s response to the crisis was less than inspiring. The government of Jammu and Kashmir has made an initial estimate of the losses, which have been pegged at about INR 1 trillion; 12.5 lakh families have been affected.
by Sajad RasoolIt was the closing ceremony of our week-long training workshop on 6th evening. IndiaUnheard had just come to Jammu and Kashmir where 9 new Community Correspondents had been recruited and trained. Our new CCs were excited to begin their work inthe field. Everyone was talking about the flash floods, which had created havoc in the [...]
by Video VolunteersThe Baiga people are one of the many tribes in Central India. Community Correspondent Dina works closely with this reclusive tribe and in this interview she details how she & her camera bridged the gap between adivasis & administration to bring water for 35 children in an anganwadi. Traditionally referring to themselves as people of [...]
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