Nidan/ Nasvi have stated a Campaign “Help Vendors Directly”. With the support of individuals and organisations, we helped these vendors with Rs. 15000/- each. Transfer of cash in direct account of workers is not just donation but helping a family to stand, sustain and move forward. There are many who still need our help. Please […]
NASVI – NIDAN need your support to help the victims of North East Delhi Riots. Your contribution will have an impact on the affected people and will be used to bring relief and communal harmony in the area. NASVI – NIDAN has distributed more than 500 packets of food to the North East Delhi Riot […]
Riots and violent incidents in North East Delhi resulted in the death of 45 people and around 250 people were injured. Violence was reported in the areas of Seelampur, Brahampuri, Jafrabad, Karawal Nagar, Maujpur, Kardampuri, Babarpur, Gokulpuri and Shivpuri. Several houses, vehicles, shops, places of worship, scrap market and even a petrol pump were vandalised. Mobs clashed […]
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.
Anu, Archu and Kavita at work. Credits: Priyanka Gulati Anu, Archu, and Kavita are three sandwich sellers who set up a small stall together outside a corporate office. They have been cooking and selling sandwiches there for 7 years! Until the pandemic swooped in, and their business came to a standstill for almost 7 months. […]
Welcome to the two-day meeting of the Executive Committee of NASVI. Since the transition period of the Covid-19 epidemic, the whole country is trying to get out. This time has been a difficult time for everyone, although the situation is getting normal the crisis is still not postponed, so much care is still needed. But, […]
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 […]