WASH warriors, in the making! (Image Source: CACR)
The prolonged lockdown has increased the dependence of farmers on food supply through the public distribution system as well as the need to grow a good crop in kharif season. (Image: UNESCO)
People were following social distancing in villages while collecting water (Image: INREM)
Migrants on their way home during the countrywide lockdown (Image: Stranded Workers Action Network)
Date palm plantation in Kachchh (Image: Prayaas: The Movement of Grassroot Changes)
Safe drinking water, a major challenges for India (Image Source: IWP Flickr photos)
Johads in Nanduwali nadi region (Image: Farhad Contractor, IWP Flickr)
In the light of disrupted food supply systems, especially for fresh produce, the village institution arranged for harvesting and sale of produce. (Image: FES)
Rohini Nilekani, Chairperson, Arghyam
Women working on an NREGA site building a pond to assist in farming and water storage. Gopalpura, Jhabua, Madhya Pradesh (Image: UN Women/Gaganjit Singh, Flickr Commons)
A ‘people to people’ social solidarity enterprise in the times of Covid-19 (Image: Utthan)
Local police support in the distribution of relief kits (Image Source: Samerth Trust)
Millions of migrants rushed to return to their villages amid the lockdown (Image: Pixabay/balouriarajesh. Pixabay licence)
Oxfam India is concerned about the impact Covid-19 could have on the most vulnerable communities (Image: Oxfam India)
Empty faecal sludge drying bed (Image: Lars Schoebitz)


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