The Maharashtra state administration has spent a lot of public money on raising awareness about COVID-19. But on ground, slums of Nashik remain in a bad state.
Maya Khodve, a community correspondent from Nashik worked to provide food and relief for people affected by lockdown.
Two anganwadi centers in Nashik, has stopped proving any healthcare services to their beneficiares, as the AWW refuses to come to the center.
Government's PMAY scheme to provide housing to eight families in Pimplad village Nashik, Maharashtra, has failed even after numerous applications given by family members.
Around ten thousand people were benefited when the Nashik Municipality unclogged the sewer lines, and build six new public toilets, in Amrapali Nagar.
While providing primary health care services in rural areas, the constant struggle of ASHAs for better wages continues in Maharashtra.
Crushing dissent and stifling voices seems to have become the state’s tried and tested formula in dealing with protests, but people’s movements continue to persist.