Chetan Salve, a community correspondent with Video Volunteers, led the decades-long efforts towards relief to those displaced by Narmada valley projects.
Some of the poorest villages in Maharashtra have no electronic devices to access online classes. Kids are taking up odd-jobs or helping the family with housework.
The Maharashtra state administration has spent a lot of public money on raising awareness about COVID-19. But on ground, slums of Nashik remain in a bad state.
Madhukar Harmkar, a 60 year old daily wage worker from Maharashtra died by suicide after he could not support his family in times of Covid-19 lockdown.
Digitisation of ration cards meant 35 families of Mahrashtra's Nandurbar district had no ration for one year.
First displaced by the flooding caused by the Sardar Sarovar Dam, these Narmada oustees are still living in fear of submergence.
Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana promises houses for all by 2019 in Maharashtra. This is a cruel joke for 50 families living out of tents for the past thirty years in Risod.
27th May 2015 | Gawarla, Chandrapur, Maharastra | Krupakar Chahande Farmers from Gawarla village in Chandrapur district of Maharashtra have no access to electricity. They paid for the electricity connection 2 years ago yet no meter or appropriate set up has been done to ensure electricity supply. When they approach...