In the final episode of Fixing India Season 2, we bring to you a rough workflow of how to go about solving problems of a community while working as a community correspondent.
Our community correspondents and their mentors have outlined the basic structure of creating videos and making impacts with their work. These are:
1} Identifying the issue
2) Documentation (video report)
3) Mobilising the community
4) Screening video to govt officials
5) Follow up
6) Social media campaigning.
If you aspire to be a community correspondent, this rough workflow can help you approach the problem and solve it with the help of your community and government officials.
The dam at Kothida, Bharud Pura, Dhar district, Madhya Pradesh took just a year to get a crack. More than 11 surrounding villages are at risk now due to this leakage and residents are asked to vacate the area.
The Farmers from Dhondegaon village in Nashik district have been visiting NDCC (Nashik District Girna Co-Operative Bank) repeatedly to finish their loan account for the last 2 years.