Maya Khodve, a community correspondent from Nashik worked to provide food and relief for people affected by lockdown.
Villagers from the West Champaran district of Bihar are suffering due to lack of ration cards and are unable to fully benefit from free ration schemes distributed by the government
What does it look like when a large group of people are made to stay under an open sky with dead animals in the vicinity and no food, water or healthcare to support them?
India’s Kashmir valley has been in a state of lockdown, much before the COVID-19 imposed lockdown in the rest of India, since August 5, 2019. It has hit street vendors, hawkers and daily wagers the hardest. 27 year old Suhail Ahmad, a resident of Shopian used to sell different commodities...
VV correspondent Anil Kumar intervened to facilitate MNREGA job cards for villagers in Uttar Pradesh
A group of migrant labourers working in West Bengal have decided to walk their way to home in Bihar.
Labourers returning from other states have been quarantined in deplorable conditions in West Bengal's Malda.
The lockdown has severely hit small scale vendors like street food stall owners and farm labourers in Chattisgarh’s Raigarh district. Our community correspondent Rajesh Gupta sends us this ground report from Turenga village in Raigarh. In the absence of any work or customers, these small vendors are at home without...