Maya Khodve, a community correspondent from Nashik worked to provide food and relief for people affected by lockdown.
Farmers in Maharashtra's Aadachiwadi village are unable to sell their produce due to the lockdown.
The ongoing lockdown has compelled thousands of people to return to their villages. However, in the absence of public transport, many are forced to arrange for their own vehicles or walk on foot, several hundred kilometres along with their whole family. Video Volunteers community correspondent Amol Lalzare brings to us...
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Over the years, PHS has evolved into a people’s movement that has created widespread awareness on privatisation of water supply and raised it with concerned authorities.
In the wake of heavy rainfall 2005, this village in Maharashtra was washed away; its 2000 odd residents wait for rehabilitation to this day.
Fourteen persons from two villages in Maharashtra rehabilitated; over a 100 families in the state are still waiting.
The sanitation workers of the TB centre at the Government Medical College and Hospital in Nagpur have no option but to live in unsanitary conditions.