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Citizens revive a major government hospital

 
/ September 8, 2022

With VV’s campaign Swasth Aaspatal the active citizens got the much needed support to mobilise locals to put more pressure on local administration for making the Hospital operational.

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IMPACT: Proper Electricity Infrastructure Installed in This Shopian Village

 
/ August 17, 2022

It took 4 years of constant follow up of Community Correspondent (CC) Basharat Amin with the Electricity Department to install the high-tension electric wires from makeshift poles to proper ones in Manloo area of Shopian District, Kashmir.

Families forced to live in Shanties

 
/ August 8, 2022

The Community Correspondent (CC) Harishankar found that in Sarvahanpur village of Biswan Block, Sitapur district, Uttar Pradesh, around 80 families are not getting the benefits of PMAY Rural.

Low Wages Causing Mental Stress to ASHA workers

 
/ July 25, 2022

In this video from Khorda, Odisha, the Community Correspondent Nitu Chakhia is talking to one of the ASHA workers to understand her daily struggles.

Shopian Village Struggles for Clean Drinking Water

 
/ July 20, 2022

The ‘Heff Khuri’ village of Shopian, Kashmir Valley is a microcosm of the water shortage issues the whole Kashmir is facing now. The villagers over there are dependent on smaller streams for a long time now, for their drinking water.

‘Swasth Aspataal’ – the campaign to bring positive change in Public Health Delivery System 

 
/ July 17, 2022

In this video, the Community Correspondent (CC) Videshini Patel tells us about the background and the strategy of this campaign. To have any positive change in this direction, one prerequisite is the participation of the community. The years of experience and insights of Video Volunteers helped in strategising this whole...

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Villagers in Bankura Came Together To Fix Water Crisis

 
/ July 9, 2022

This is a story of collective will and finding solutions for immediate problems. In this Pindarbari village, Bankura District, West Bengal, all the hand pumps were defunct and the main Submersible Pump was also not working, for three years. The villagers had a hard time collecting water from nearby villages,...

75 years of Independence, Still no Electricity in Peethakia Village

 
/ June 22, 2022

A village is deemed electrified, if 10 percent of all the households of the village has electricity access and if electricity is provided to public spaces such as schools, panchayat officers, health centres, community centres and dispensaries.