While the whole country is under lockdown to combat coronavirus, work continues as is in the tea estates of Alipurduar district of West Bengal. These estates are in such far off areas that information regarding the virus has not reached everyone and they are willing to work without any protective...
Community Correspondent films the bad state of creche houses at Tea gardens
VV Correspondent Reports from Ethiopia, Bringing an International Conference Back to Tea Estate Workers in...
“Nothing About Us, Without Us, is For Us:” A community video flips the lens and shows us how development conferences can be more inclusive of the people they talk about.
Anwesha Clinic in West Bengal is an initiative in creating awareness around menstruation, mental health, and hygiene among adolescents.
Community Correspondent helps a victim’s family from tea gardens of Bhatkawa, West Bengal to get compensation, who was attacked by an elephant.
The tea gardens of West Bengal have become a hotbed for human-elephant conflict. Affected families continue to wait for compensation.
North Bengal suffers from an acute water shortage and from water contamination but both the government and the tea industry have been slow to act.
The Dooars are known to be human animal conflict zones; infrastructure development, illegal mining and land fragmentation are only adding to the problem.