Maharastra

Maharastra

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IMPACT | 35 Families from Nandurbar, Maharashtra Receive Ration After One Year

 
/ July 17, 2020

Digitisation of ration cards meant 35 families of Mahrashtra's Nandurbar district had no ration for one year.

When A Family Member Tests Positive – Part 2

 
/ July 14, 2020

Video Volunteers' correspondent Amol Lalzare brings the second part of his experience inside a quarantine centre in Mumbai.

Video Volunteers Correspondent Arranges Food for Waste Pickers in Nashik, Maharashtra

 
/ June 26, 2020

Maya Khodve, a community correspondent from Nashik worked to provide food and relief for people affected by lockdown.

Migrant from Mumbai Forced to Live in the Open | COVID 19

 
/ May 29, 2020

The ongoing lockdown has compelled thousands of people to return to their villages. However, in the absence of public transport, many are forced to arrange for their own vehicles or walk on foot, several hundred kilometres along with their whole family. Video Volunteers community correspondent Amol Lalzare brings to us...

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Faked Digital School deprives tribal kids of Digital Literacy

 
/ May 7, 2020

In this shocking report, the government funds released for setting up digital schools at two remote villages in nandurbaar have been misused by officials.

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Surviving Corona in a Mumbai Slum. Annabhau Sathe Nagar Is a Lesson For All |...

 
/ April 27, 2020

Annabhau Sathe Nagar is a slum in Mumbai that houses around seven thousand people. Though the houses are only a few apart and densely populated, residents have taken the initiative to implement the lockdown. People can’t go out to earn their living, food is scarce and whatever little is available...

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Rural Health Workers In India Risking Their Lives | COVID 19 Report

 
/ March 28, 2020

Rural Health Workers In India Risking Their Lives | COVID 19 Report

International Women’s day! More power to you, Womanhood

 
/ March 9, 2020

"I 'm in love with this day , because it makes us to love and care ourselves " beleives Rohini Pawar, a vibrant rural woman working as a community correspondent since 2010.