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World Youth Skill Day: “Sustain Ancestral Skill or Earn Livelihood?” Question Next Gen Banaras Weavers
On World Youth Skill Day, young weavers from Banaras talk about their dilemma between sustaining their ancestral skill of weaving or earning a better livelihood with a different skill.
Menstruation is still a taboo in India, while Muheem, in Varanasi, wants to initiate and normalize the conversation around menstruation.
This week in India Loud & Clear we travel to conflicts that impact millions of Indians every day.
With the help of a video and community meetings, Kharagpur village in Uttar Pradesh, women now have access to safe and clean toilet.
Khel Badal discussion club is creating a safe space where women can talk about gender, violence and patriarchy.
This week in India Loud & Clear we visit the country’s flagship housing scheme to see how close India is to pucca houses for all.
Trafficking in Bihar is rampant despite the number of schemes and laws to curb the heinous crime.
What’s it’s like to be one of India’s 125 million elders and live your ageing days in extreme poverty?