NASVI is a livelihood advocacy organization that works with more than 10,000,00 street vendors through street vendor organizations and leaders. NASVI and Chef Ranveer Brar together have crafted a countrywide digital training movement targeted at local and hyperlocal street food vendors.
We are committed to preparing them for a post-COVID world, where we can help reinstate them back into business as soon as possible.
The order came at a time when there is widespread anxiety among traders about a possible “lockdown” in Delhi, in light of a surge in Covid-19 cases and deaths, even though the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government has insisted no such move will be made. The Delhi government has withdrawn an order temporarily shutting two […]
The celebrity chef recently launched a programme with the National Association of Street Vendors of India to help street food sellers get back to business. Ranveer Brar has crossed many milestones as a celebrity chef, but the recent addition to his multi-feathered cap was hitting the 1-millionth-follower count on Instagram. To mark the occasion, he […]
The exit from Streetnet of certain member organizations, and the negative impulses that comefrom other affiliated organizations regarding the way of governing in Streetnet, has led NASVI (INDIA), UPTA(SPAIN) and SIVARA (ARGENTINA) to constitute a new organization representingself-employed workers, inside and outside the informal economy. This new organization, called Self Workers Global, has statutes of […]