The lockdown following COVID-19 has precipitated a massive humanitarian crisis in India. 67% of workers lost employment.
The heart of a city is its people. Mumbai, which has been reporting the largest number of corona virus cases in India, is also showing astounding resilience.
At a time when the world is challenged by an unfamiliar and fatal virus, what can actually work to keep us afloat? It is a belief that there is light at the end of this tunnel.
As an organisation working with several lakhs of children and young people across 22 geographies, our first response to COVID- 19 was intuitive – focus on keeping our children and young people safe.
“I did not know I could be anything apart from a daily wager, just like my parents,” says 31-year-old Pournima.
After his father’s death, 12-year-old Bhupender lost his will to study and to play.
31-year-old Pallavi lives with her two sons, Shreyas and Ayush, in a rented house at Kharadi in Pune. Pallavi completed her 12 th standard and was married off.
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