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Why Is Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana – Gramin (PMAY-G) Failing?

 
/ April 18, 2022

Goreti Kujur, a video journalist for Video Volunteers from Jharkhand, is quite popular in her neighborhood. The villagers, especially women, approach her when they have issues with availing government schemes.

“A government official can suppress petitions but not a video”

 
/ April 11, 2022

Meet Anil Kumar Saroj, our Community Correspondent from Bhadoi district in Uttar Pradesh who has proved that one does not need to put on a mask, wear a bodysuit or take the law into their own hands to fight for the rights of neglected communities and give them their dues.

‘My parents gave me life but VV gave me hope & a way ahead in...

 
/ March 1, 2022

Meet Shambhulal Khatik, Video Volunteers Community Correspondent from Rajsamand district in Rajasthan.

Video Volunteers Receives Encouraging Response To Its Buland Bol Program

 
/ February 17, 2022

Free media training course Buland Bol aims to train hundreds of people in becoming the voice of their communities.

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To Work Or Not To Work| Fixing MNREGA

 
/ December 10, 2019

This week on Fixing India, our community correspondents are resolving problems of job card in their community. Watch for more.

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PMAY: Corruption Brings Housing Construction to a Standstill in UP’s Village

 
/ May 1, 2019

Beneficiaries of Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna in Purva village, Uttar Pradesh, live in half-built houses while facing corruption and threats.

Meet the RTI Activist from Odisha who Pledges to End Corruption

 
/ November 5, 2018

Threatened and attacked for filing 200 RTI applications in 10 years, activist Nilamani Joshi continues undaunted.

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Corruption Plagues the World’s Largest Employment Guarantee Scheme

 
/ June 25, 2018

The Cooch Behar district administration has been felicitated for their commendable MNREGA work, but workers’ rights find no place in the celebration.