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Impact: Clogged Drainage Line Gets Repaired After Eight Months

 
/ October 23, 2019

Around ten thousand people were benefited when the Nashik Municipality unclogged the sewer lines, and build six new public toilets, in Amrapali Nagar.

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Impact: 40 Beneficiaries of PM’s Ujjawala Scheme, gets LPG Refilled

 
/ October 14, 2019

A video helped the Ujjwala scheme beneficiaries, who were struggling to refill the gas cylinders for the last six months in a village in Maharashtra.  Under the scheme titled Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, (PMUY) families in Mangali village, Brahmapuri, Maharastra, got their first cylinder of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). A...

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BT Cotton Seeds Affecting Farmers in Yavatmal, Maharashtra

 
/ October 9, 2019

Due to the spurious quality of BT cotton seeds, farmers in the Yavatmal district are facing serious yield loss.

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ASHA: Long Relentless Fight for Their Right to Fair Wage

 
/ September 20, 2019

While providing primary health care services in rural areas, the constant struggle of ASHAs for better wages continues in Maharashtra.

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How a Video Solved the Road Problems in a Village, in Maharashtra

 
/ August 28, 2019

It took two years, but with the help of a video, regular follow up and with the support of the village authorities, a pakka road was constructed in Chaugaon, Maharashtra.

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Health Crisis in Maharashtra’s Lakh Village due to Poor Roads and Sewage System

 
/ May 22, 2019

For over 15 years, no amount of budget allocation on paper is helping the State government to mend the roads in Lakh Village, Maharashtra.

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Swacch Bharat Mission: Toilets Still a Dream for Residents in Mumbai’s Chembur

 
/ April 3, 2019

While Swachh Bharat mission has declared 98.6% of the Indian household have access to toilets. Residents of Jay Ambe Nagar, Mumbai are going on without toilets for 16 years.

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Slum Rehabilitation Authority’s Dream Homes in Chembur, Mumbai Crumbles in no Time.

 
/ March 27, 2019

Under The Slum Rehabilitation Scheme, dwellers were moved to Chembur’s apartment complexes where water is dripping and lacks basic facilities.