On the occasion of Gandhi Jayanti & Dussehra, the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) and Bagalkote District Committee of Karnataka Street Vendor Organization distributed food kits to the street vendors who have suffered during covid-19 period in the cities of Mahalingapura, Rabakavi-Banahatti, Jamkhandi, Bilagi, Ilakal, Aminagad in Bagalkote district, Karnataka.
~ Make your Diwali special by caring about at least one family Corona has affected many of us adversely. Some need help for economic recovery of their livelihoods, some are not earning enough to meet the health needs like surgery or post operation expenses while still some are unable to meet the education costs. This
Removal of ‘illegal hawkers’ at Connaught Place has pushed them into distress The removal of “illegal” hawkers and street vendors from Connaught Place market following an order from the Delhi High Court has left many worried about their future. While some attempt to carry out their businesses around Connaught Place, most say they “have nowhere
After several appeals and complaints by the street vendors’ associations and municipal councillors, the survey for identifying street vendors in the national capital has been extended by two more months and it will now end on December 7, 2021. The order issued by the Delhi government’s urban development department said many street vendors, who had
National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) with the support of American India Foundation, launched the #FIRSTMILLION initiative, with the mantra, #harbaazumeintaaqat, and the mission to complete #10lakh of #covid19vaccinations of the #streetvendors. In #delhi, NASVI’s team, after immense hard work and persuasion, has completed 10,000+ vaccinations!! Kudos to the team and heartfelt gratitude