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.
Support Nano-entrepreneurs this Diwali
~ Make your Diwali special by caring about at least one family Corona has affected many of us adversely. Some […]
After several appeals and complaints by the street vendors’ associations and municipal councillors, the survey for identifying street vendors in […]
Project Serve Safe Food
Nestlé India joined hands with the National Association of Street Vendors of India (NASVI) and national and local food authorities, […]
Vendors’ count by municipal bodies not realistic
NASVI said that the street vending Act recognizes that 5% of population could be engaged in street vending activities. The […]
Dear Friends, In association with FSSAI, NASVI invites you to a Webinar on:COVID Protection Ecosystem for Street Food Vendors on […]
दिल्ली में स्ट्रीट वेंडरों को लाइसेंस देने की तैयारी दिल्ली में अब स्ट्रीट वेंडर्स (आजीविका संरक्षण और स्ट्रीट वेंडर्स विनियमन) […]
Hi there, You are invited to a Zoom webinar.When: Aug 18, 2021 12:00 Noon ISTTopic: Establish effective & functional TVC […]

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