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Flood Affected Families in Bihar Await Rehabilitation

 
/ February 21, 2019

Land and livelihood in Bihar’s West Champaran have been destroyed by continuous floods aggravated by Illegal sand mining. Flood affected families are yet to receive rehabilitation. 

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How a Video brought Healthcare Services to Children Suffering from Mumps

 
/ February 19, 2019

A video reporting the outbreak of mumps at a primary school in Uttar Pradesh led to setting up of health camps and ensured that children were treated. Community Correspondent Shabnam Begum produced a video reporting the outbreak of illness at a primary school in Danganj Bidur village, Varanasi. “When we...

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Women in Varanasi Take Charge of their Own Future

 
/ February 14, 2019

Shabnam Begum is dismantling patriarchy by helping women from a conservative society push boundaries and claim their right to study, work and to be treated as equal members of society.

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Ranjita Sinha’s Decade-long fight for Trans Rights

 
/ February 6, 2019

A member of the West Bengal Transgender Welfare Board, Ranjita Sinha has been working towards fighting prejudice and ensuring trans rights for the last decade.

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Families Displaced by Massanjore Dam Await Rehabilitation

 
/ February 12, 2019

Over six decades since they were displaced by the construction of the Massanjore Dam, 500 families continue to fight for compensation and rehabilitation.

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How a Solar Irrigation Entrepreneurship Project Transformed Agriculture in a Village in Bihar

 
/ February 4, 2019

A solar irrigation entrepreneurship project in Bihar has brought back the summer crop, reduced input costs and made agriculture in a drought-hit region sustainable.

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The Ground Realities of Digital India

 
/ February 1, 2019

Four years since the launch of Digital India, a village in Chhatisgarh waits for electricity and stable mobile network.

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A People’s Movement for Equitable Distribution of Water

 
/ January 29, 2019

Over the years, PHS has evolved into a people’s movement that has created widespread awareness on privatisation of water supply and raised it with concerned authorities.