Tag: Community Correspondents

Correspondents Take Charge In Making Video Volunteers Into A Community Media Movement

 
/ February 9, 2021

Ever since the formation of Video Volunteers (VV), we always wanted to create an organization that was run by our most important stakeholders – the Community Correspondents (CC). We aimed for a structure that was non-hierarchical and where every CC played a role in shaping and transforming VV into a...

How Community Correspondents and Community Media Flourished in 2020, Despite the Pandemic

 
/ December 22, 2020

Find some of our best video reports from a year riddled with uncertainities and setbacks.

Impact Story

VV Correspondent Intervenes To Get Water Storage For Rajasthan Community

 
/ December 4, 2020

What use is a water connection if you can't store the water and make it available for later use?

Fixing India | How Do Community Media Change Agents Work? | Video Volunteers

 
/ December 2, 2020

Video Volunteers has been working for more than a decade towards giving the disadvantaged a voice. What are the processes we follow to create change?

IMPACT | Handpump repaired in Tati village, Jharkhand

 
/ January 7, 2016

In April 2015, I made a video on the issue of access to water in Kamdara block’s Tati village which comes under Rampur panchayat. The hand pump had been broken for 6 months. All the sources of water accessible to the community were dirty or not working at all. I...

No work for 3 years under MNREGA -Anil from Uttar Pradesh reports

 
/ November 24, 2015

The MGNREGA was initiated with the objective of “enhancing livelihood security in rural areas by providing at least 100 days of guaranteed wage employment in a financial year, to every household whose adult members volunteer to do unskilled manual work”. But the people of Kushal Village in Uttar Pradesh have...

Missing doctors & Infrastructure at a PHC in Gujarat – Video Volunteer Neeru Reports

 
/ November 23, 2015

At Doliya Primary Health Centre, Surendranagar District in Guajarat, the absence of doctors, nurses, sanitation and equipment means that pregnant women as well as other patients who come in suffer. Residents of the area say that no deliveries take place at the PHC due to a shortage of doctors and...

Fayaz Ahmad was brutally killed in Kupwara | Azhar Reports for KashmirUnheard

 
/ November 19, 2015

FEBRUARY 2, 2009Fayaz Ahmad Mir of Khurhama (Kupwara), a tailor, was killed by 18-RR when he came out to attend to the nature’s call during late hours. Pir Azhar reports from kupwara.