WHO LIVE IT
In this shocking report, the government funds released for setting up digital schools at two remote villages in nandurbaar have been misused by officials.
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.
Like in most crisis situations, the poorest among the poor fall through the gaps of the government’s relief effort. Community Correspondent Shabnam Begum, with the help of a generous doctor, distributed food items to 42 families in Leharva Basti of Jagdishpur village in Varanasi. These 42 families belongs to Nat...
Community Correspondent unearths a complex case of corruption, where the governments funds for a road construction were gulped by middle agents with officials and gets it solved.
"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.
Meagre wages, zero paid offs, left over food, confinement to a specific area, restricted visits and contact with family over years is what a woman rescued from forced domestic labor described as a normal life .