Community Correspondents

Video Volunteers

Video Volunteers

Video Volunteers (VV) runs India's only reporting network that's focused exclusively on providing broad coverage from the poorest, most media-dark districts in India. We currently have 206 individuals trained across India's most diverse and marginalised communities, who all earn a living as a VV Community Correspondent (CC). Our goal is to grow our network to ensure India's poorest and most conflict-ridden districts have a video producer and news outlet.

Videos from Video

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Fighting the Dowry System | Fixing India

 
/ December 31, 2019

This week Fixing India is dismantling the nonsensical economics of dowry system.

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Fixing India: Lighting Up the Villages

 
/ December 24, 2019

In this episode of our community correspondents are making significant strides in electrification. 

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Fixing India: MNREGA Payments Received

 
/ December 17, 2019

In the 5th episode, we are resolving issues under MNREGA scheme. 

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Human Trafficking, a Trade of Human Flesh I India Loud & Clear I EP 8

 
/ December 19, 2019

This week in India Loud & Clear we will talk about the ugly face of human trafficking.

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Water Scarcity in India: A Human Crisis I India Loud & Clear I EP 7

 
/ December 12, 2019

This week in India Loud & clear we will talk about the least addressed crisis in India, the water scarcity.

Nadiya Shafi, in South Africa, Video4Change Grassroots Gathering

 
/ October 16, 2019

Nadiya Shafi, our Community Correspondent, from Jammu and Kashmir got a beautiful opportunity to travel to South Africa and attend the 4-day Grassroot Gathering.  

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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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Sharing Media Journalism Skills to Next-Gen in Odisha

 
/ December 6, 2019

Mamta Patra, VV Community correspondent, shared her media journalism skills with 50 young students of Naktideul Mahavidyalay, Sambalpur Odisha.