The story effectively depicts as to how change is triggered with mere presence of a Citizen journalist in the most media dark region of India.
Amidst the nationwide second phase lockdown the daily wage workers living in Delwara, Rajhasthan fear the unsurity of jobs post lockdown and the subsequent hunger.
Community Correspondent films the bad state of creche houses at Tea gardens
Two anganwadi centers in Nashik, has stopped proving any healthcare services to their beneficiares, as the AWW refuses to come to the center.
The most common culprit of air pollution, across is the burning of coal, oil, and gas, also leading to the climate crisis.
Lack of adequate infrastructure, absent health workers, poor quality of drugs and non-avalalibility of medicines, are taking toll on India's public health system.
While providing primary health care services in rural areas, the constant struggle of ASHAs for better wages continues in Maharashtra.