In the second wave of Covid-19, the conditions of women street vendors are extremely diorite. Therefore, NASVI is organising a […]
PRESS RELEASE Vendor leaders Shared cases of Police Harassment; Advocates, Ex-Police Officer and Activist attended the webinar, Demand to constitute […]
Empty fast food carts stand idle in front of the Ozone Galleria Mall at Saraidhela-Govindpur road in Dhanbad on Friday.Gautam […]
A national meeting with all the members of NASVI is being conducted through the virtual medium in light of the […]
On May 8, 2021, an Emergency meeting of the Executive Committee of NASVI was held. In this meeting, representatives from […]
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The entire country is facing severe threats of the 2nd wave of pandemic COVID-19. We need drastic and timely measures that are commensurate with the scale of the crisis to survive the current Coronavirus. These measures must protect our people, in particular the most vulnerable – including the elderly, the sick and the poor.
Economic and social challenges and drastic consequences of the 2nd wave of COVID-19 pandemic on the informal sector workers such as Safai Sathis, waste picker workers, domestic workers, daily wage workers, construction workers, street vendors, auto rickshaw workers, home based workers etc have much more adverse effect.
Maharashtra government has decided to provide financial assistance of Rs.1500/- to 411745 street vendors of Maharashtra who have filed applications under PMSVANidhi […]
“We want the government to make serious efforts — such as food vendors should also be included in essential service […]
PRESS RELEASE NASVI TO CM, LG AND POLICE – LOCKDOWN HAS SPELT DISASTER ON VENDORS HARASSMENT/ BRIBERY BY POLICE HAS […]
By: Sandeep Soni | April 18, 2021 6:57 PMCredit and Finance for MSMEs: Among leading lenders, State Bank of India […]