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PACS Legacy: Empowered CBOs

This video of interviews with some of the CBO leaders and CSO staff that we have supported shows that we have succeeded in our aim to leave behind a legacy of empowered communities who know their righ...
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Women Leaders: Savitri's Story

Thanks to the training and support she has received from PACS, Savithri is helping to ensure that both her community and the others that her organisation supports, understand and access their rights a...
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Pioneering Women MGNREGA Mates

45 year old Kari Devi may not look like a pioneer, but she is just one of 1008 dalit women in the Jehanabad district of Bihar who are challenging cultural and societal expectations by taking up roles ...
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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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Let There Be Light!

Are you afraid of the dark? If so, you wouldn’t have liked living in the tiny hamlet of Piprahi in the Panna district of Madyha Pradesh. Cut off and excluded, the dalit villagers had been waiting to...
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Women’s Power!

The tribal village of Khajuripadar is situated in the Koraput district of Odisha – an area where there is a high level of Left Wing Extremist (LWE) activity. As a result, the police are very suspici...
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Women Leaders: Mamta's Story

Thanks to the training she has received from PACS, Mamta is helping to educate rural women in the Varanasi district of Uttar Pradesh about their rights and entitlements. This video is her story......
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A Daring ACT

At the age of 13, Manika Sarkar was a married woman. By the time she was 20, she was a mother of two. However, the presence of two daughters did not go down well with her husband, who abandoned Manika...
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The Lone Ranger

Coming from a traditional but orthodox Brahmin family from Varanasi, Madhulika Mishra always imagined herself as a television news anchor when she was growing up… but life had a different idea! Madh...
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Writing a New Story

A disturbed childhood turned Jacinta into a quiet girl. However, the feelings squirming inside her found another outlet. Whenever emotions filled her to the brink, she picked up a pen and transferred ...
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