WHO LIVE IT
"I 'm in love with this day , because it makes us to love and care ourselves " beleives Rohini Pawar, a vibrant rural woman working as a community correspondent since 2010.
Meagre wages, zero paid offs, left over food, confinement to a specific area, restricted visits and contact with family over years is what a woman rescued from forced domestic labor described as a normal life .
A video narrative debunking the overreported data of Swachh Bharat Mission and claims of 100% ODF in India
In the 10th episode of Fixing India, we feature, S M Zafar Iqbal from Bihar, who has left no stone unturned to make to difference.
The most common culprit of air pollution, across is the burning of coal, oil, and gas, also leading to the climate crisis.
Lack of adequate infrastructure, absent health workers, poor quality of drugs and non-avalalibility of medicines, are taking toll on India's public health system.