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No Smartphones to Study: Maharashtra Kids Get Narmada Bachao Andolan To The Rescue

 

Amidst a global pandemic, children of India are one of the worst-hit as they are not able to go to school. Schools have been closed for more than six months now and classes are held online. Those belonging to the marginalised section are unable to study due to lack of electronic devices.

However, Medha Patkar-led Narmada Bachao Andalon has come to the rescue of more than 1,000 children who are being taught under the organisation's Narmada Jiwan Shala program.

Community Correspondent Chetan Salave reports from Nandurbaar, Maharashtra for Video Volunteers.

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