As part of a 4-part series, Video Volunteers is sharing what we’ve done over the last year, our experiences, and what we’ve learned. Part 1, which you can read here, was a basic introduction to IndiaUnheard, our flagship rural feature service. Part 2 outlines new ideas we implemented into our...
Projects in the name of development are causing displacement, loss of livelihood and frustration across India.
In Chhattisgarh, only 12% of the expected amount of a crop insurance scheme reached farmers.
Excessive mining in South Goa has left water resources polluted.
In Uttarakhand, lack of teachers in technical institutes leaves students helpless.
In Punjab, migrant children are withheld from accessing their Right to Education
Irregular supplies to Anganwadis put women and children at risk.