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Finding a Way to Inclusion

As a disabled woman, Barna Mahali was unable to share many of the benefits received by her fellow villagers in Sanramalai village, in Sundergarh district of Odisha, in eastern India. She was not incl...
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‘Acting’ in Community Interest

In Daadpuja, a Santhal populated village in Fatehpur block of Jamtara in Jharkhand, awareness of government schemes and entitlements was very low. Supported by PACS, Lok Chirag Sewa Sanstha (LCSS), a ...
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Video Advocacy: MGNREGA

Since 2013, the PACS Community Correspondents Network (CCN) – a cadre of 75 community video journalists trained by partner Video Volunteers...
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Video Volunteers to Sarpanches

Saroj, Kranti and Reshmi are 3 of the 75 PACS Community Correspondents – local video journalists - who have been trained by partner Video Volunteers to use flip-cams to document issues in their comm...
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Reclaiming Their Lands

The tricolour flag of India is mounted on top of a peepul tree in the pastoral village of Salaha, located in the Bettiah district of Bihar. It was erected on the day that the dalit villagers took cont...
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Training Video Correspondents

04 October 2015
From 29 September – 4 October 2015, PACS funded a workshop bringing together 132 Community Correspondents from 13 states (including 58 PACS Community Correspondents) to help them to develop their sk...
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Partner launches MGNREGA Union

08 August 2015
On 8 August 2015 the Akhil Bhartiya MGNREGA Mazdoor Union (ABMMU) was launched by partner CADAM and PACS at an event in Patna, Bihar. The ABMMU will play a vital role in bringing together MGNREGA work...
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Jharkhand Mahila Manch

26 August 2015
From 26-27 August 2015, 78 women’s rights organisations from across Jharkhand came together at a 2-day seminar to form ‘Jharkhand Mahila Manch’ – a state-level women’s forum who will work to...
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Video Power: It's Electrifying

For the first time in 25 years, 150 families in Uttar Pradesh are experiencing the comfort of fans on sweltering summer nights, re-charging their mobile phones at the flick of a switch and children ar...
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Video Power: MGNREGA Payments

Ramsakhi Ahirwar and Tanju Devi are two of the 45 Community Correspondents – video journalists - trained in the first phase of our Community Correspondents Network project with Video Volunteers. The...
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