An allopathic dispensary in rural Kashmir remained closed most of the time and no doctors were assigned to it. Community Correspondent Peer Azhar reported on the issue and with the help of his community brought change. Now the dispensary stays open for six-days-a-week and paramedical staff visits regularly. While the region is still battling with the aftermath of floods, medical attention in these allopathic centres is one of the foremost of concerns. “We are deeply thankful for your work,” a local activist in Kupwara told CC Peer.
SUCCESS: In Kashmir, a medical centre is functioning again
World Youth Skill Day: “Sustain Ancestral Skill or Earn Livelihood?” Question Next Gen Banaras Weavers
Shabnam Begum / July 15, 2019
On World Youth Skill Day, young weavers from Banaras talk about their dilemma between sustaining their ancestral skill of weaving or earning a better livelihood with a different skill.