Video Volunteers has inched further and further away from what at times has felt like such an intractable challenge-- to bring the voices of the most marginalised people in India to the centre stage. The main reason for this is work of our community correspondents who have fired us up with impactful work, producing video reports that have made real change.
These changemakers have turned our experiment into the viable project it is today. But most importantly these media changemakers are taking us into a future where all communities, no matter their location, size or economy have the chance to be heard on their own terms.
A network of 116 Community Correspondents, each armed with a video camera, is powerful force to reckon with. By telling stories that have never been told before the correspondents make sure that the most marginalised voices of India are heard. In doing so they facilitate change in their communities-- bringing them healthcare, drinking water, teachers and ending entitlement violations.
Watch how our Community Correspondents are out change India, one video at a time.