Webinar on Six Months of PM-SVANidhi Yojna

Date: Webinar is on 2nd January 2021 at 12: 00 noon to 02: 00 PM

Please click the link to join the Webinar:
Passcode: 1234
Click to Join on Facebook Live: https://www.facebook.com/Nasviindia

National Association of Street vendors of India (NASVI) works with street vendors across the country. NASVI builds local community based organizations of street vendors and helps them in their Livelihood.  NASVI also helps establish models of Street Vending in different parts of the country.

After Covid-19, ever since the lockdown, street vendors like any other informal sector workers suffered immensely. PM SVANIDHI Yojna was launched by Hon’ble Prime Minister to support the street vendors of India. NASVI also helped vendors getting linked to the scheme by organizing camps, awareness on social media, Rath drive and distribution of pamphlets.

Sir, to share the experiences and learning’s and to find way forward, we are organizing a Webinar on “Six Months of PM-SVANidhi Yojna”.

We are requesting you all to join the webinar as a panelist and attendee and address the leaders of street vendors as Lucknow is one of the top municipalities to issue PM-SVANidhi Loans.

Shri Sanjay Kumar – Joint Secretary, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs will address the webinar.

Municipal Commissioners, Bankers and beneficiaries of the scheme will also share their views.

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