Uttar Pradesh

Uttar Pradesh

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Citizens revive a major government hospital

 
/ September 8, 2022

With VV’s campaign Swasth Aaspatal the active citizens got the much needed support to mobilise locals to put more pressure on local administration for making the Hospital operational.

Families forced to live in Shanties

 
/ August 8, 2022

The Community Correspondent (CC) Harishankar found that in Sarvahanpur village of Biswan Block, Sitapur district, Uttar Pradesh, around 80 families are not getting the benefits of PMAY Rural.

MGNREGA workers demands renewal of thier Job Cards

 
/ June 30, 2022

The Community Correspondent (CC) Harishankar reports that 35 families had their job cards made 10 years ago and due to non - renewal of these cards, they are not getting any MGNREGA jobs.

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The Misuse of MGNREGA Scheme

 
/ May 17, 2022

The issue in Shyampur village under Jalalpur Block is that a few villagers started working without the job card, all in good faith, with the assurance that they will be given the job card soon and they will be paid without the job card. 

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A glimpse of one shining Public Health Centre of Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh.

 
/ May 14, 2022

This video report is from Barabanki district, Uttar Pradesh, of a remote Government Primary Health Centre (PHC) that caters to about 30 thousand people. Community Correspondent Sunila Raaj went there to find out about their facilities and conditions of their medical services.

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Disdain and the fear of Displacement in Uttar Pradesh

 
/ May 3, 2022

The weaving community settled there in Mau District, Uttar Pradesh but economic prosperity was not easy to come by.

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“Working with VV to resolve community issues has given me a lot of respect.”

 
/ April 14, 2022

50-year-old Gayatri is an indefatigable force when it comes to breaking long-standing social bias in her life and that of her community members.

“A government official can suppress petitions but not a video”

 
/ April 11, 2022

Meet Anil Kumar Saroj, our Community Correspondent from Bhadoi district in Uttar Pradesh who has proved that one does not need to put on a mask, wear a bodysuit or take the law into their own hands to fight for the rights of neglected communities and give them their dues.