Policies & Act

Delhi
Amended street vendors’ Act notified
Posted in: Policies and ACT

Via TheHindu Street vendors in the Capital have finally got clarity on the rules guiding them, with the Delhi government notifying the amended Rules and Schemes to the Street Vendors’ (Protection of Livelihood and Regulation of Street Vending) Act, 2014. The new Act has given teeth to the nearly defunct “Town Vending Committees TVC)”, which […]

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Campaign

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Food hygiene training for street vendors
Posted in: Campaigns

Via TheHindu The scheme, which will be flagged off around March 11-12, will continue for 15 days Around 20,000 food vendors across Delhi will be trained in hygiene and food safety. Food Safety and Standard Authority of India (FSSAI), Delhi government and National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) have come together to formulate […]

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WATCHDOG: NEWS FROM STATES

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No headway in vendors’ rehab plan
Posted in: Latest News

Via Times of India Months after it hurriedly notified the policy for rehabilitation of street vendors in the city, the AAP government is yet to start the process to identify vendors who will avail the benefit of the policy. The municipal corporations were supposed to form town vending committees (TVC), which would carry out a […]

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Court Interventions

Street Food Program

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During the World Street Food Congress (WSFC) 2016
Posted in: Street Food Advocacy, Street Food Program, Street Foods of India

National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) promotes Indian Street Food Culture by participated in World Street Food Congress (WSFC) 2016 held at Manila, Philippines from 16 th April 2016 to 24 th April 2016. It was organized by Makansutra, a Singapore based street food promotion company in collaboration with Singapore Tourism Board. The WSFC have 25 […]

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Media Coverage

NASVI
Watching over vendors
Posted in: Media Contacts, Media Coverage

Via Business Standard  A national-level organisation is helping street vendors know and exercise their legal rights They came at 9 pm one night, confiscated her bamboo tripod, snatched the pan in which oil was still simmering and scared the daylights out of her young children. Deprived of her equipment, Kanchan could not fry and sell […]

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Media & Press

NASVI
Watching over vendors
Posted in: Media Contacts, Media Coverage

Via Business Standard  A national-level organisation is helping street vendors know and exercise their legal rights They came at 9 pm one night, confiscated her bamboo tripod, snatched the pan in which oil was still simmering and scared the daylights out of her young children. Deprived of her equipment, Kanchan could not fry and sell […]

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Upcoming Events

Rath Campaign in Odisha on Social Protection for All
Rath Campaign in Odisha on Social Protection for All
Posted in: Event, Members Area

A Rath campaign is being undertaken across the state to create awareness among the citizens across different districts about the different social security schemes by distributing the brochures, playing audio tape in local language. Continuation to the agenda, the Rath Campaign was flagged off on September 18, 2015 from Sundergarh with the help of local […]

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RFP Asia

NASVI relief Lorry leaves for NEPAL
NASVI relief Lorry leaves for NEPAL
Posted in: RFP Asia

(Patna: 17th May 2015) – Lorry loaded with essential supplies for more than 131 families set off from Patna today on a two- day journey to Nepal. For the injured and other earthquake affected people in Nepal, NASVI in partnership with NIDAN and StreetNet international has sent one truck full of relief food material including […]

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