Community Correspondents use many strategies to escalate an issue by increasing the scale or reach of their videos and finding ways to put pressure on government functionaries.
In the 10th episode of Fixing India, we feature, S M Zafar Iqbal from Bihar, who has left no stone unturned to make to difference.
In the 8th episode, we will see how gas connections were provided to more than 100 BPL families with the support from our community correspondents.
In Mohanpur village, Uttar Pradesh, women had to walk 2km far to fetch water. Our Community Correspondent helped her community in installing a new hand-pump.
Around ten thousand people were benefited when the Nashik Municipality unclogged the sewer lines, and build six new public toilets, in Amrapali Nagar.
A video helped the Ujjwala scheme beneficiaries, who were struggling to refill the gas cylinders for the last six months in a village in Maharashtra. Under the scheme titled Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, (PMUY) families in Mangali village, Brahmapuri, Maharastra, got their first cylinder of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). A...
It took two years, but with the help of a video, regular follow up and with the support of the village authorities, a pakka road was constructed in Chaugaon, Maharashtra.
With the help of a video and community meetings, Kharagpur village in Uttar Pradesh, women now have access to safe and clean toilet.