Community Correspondents

Mukesh Rajak

Mukesh Rajak

State: JHARKHAND

Mukesh Rajak joined as one of the youngest Community Correspondents in 2010. In the past seven years, he's evolved into a seasoned activist. With several videos focusing on irrigation, agriculture and corruption in Jharkhand’s educational system, Mukesh was awarded the Vivekananda Yuva (NGO) 2011 Excellence in Community Reporting award by the Chief Minister of his state. Mukesh occasionally produces and make videos for other NGOs working in his area.

Videos from Mukesh

Govt. Bulldozers Roll Over Livelihoods

 
/ February 16, 2012

Street vendors struggle for their livelihood in Jharkhand.

Poor Drainage Stops Town in Tracks

 
/ January 24, 2012

Bridge underpass in Madhupur, Jharkand floods every monsoon.

Corruption Cripples Anganwadis

 
/ November 28, 2011

Irregular supplies to Anganwadis put women and children at risk.

Broken Bridge Leaves Villagers Stranded

 
/ November 16, 2011

An important bridge in Salaiya village, Jharkhand, lies broken for the past six years.

Lone Teacher Runs School

 
/ October 6, 2011

Only one teacher has been appointed to take responsibility of running a government school in Madhupur, Jharkhand.

No Rain No Grain

 
/ July 6, 2011

80% of the population, the biggest source of income and employment but the Jharkhand government neglects its farmers.