The pandemic and its devastating impact on the world as a whole compels us to rethink capitalism in our times.
The working class builds the buildings, the bridges, the roads and industries of the nation but the nation doesn’t do much to build the lives of its workers.
In the piece that follows the author has beautifully depicted how small farmers are coming up with innovative solutions to the farming crisis and what this implies in the long run.
Unemployment plagues the Asia-Pacific region in the post-COVID world according to the latest ILO report.
A report shows how communities like the Adivasis, STs, SCs and minorities experienced a prolonged reduction in food consumption in a post-lockdown India.
Pregnant Women, Children at Risk of Hunger and Malnutrition as Anganwadis Remain Dysfunctional Due...
Pregnant and lactating women along with children under the age of six years stand at a complete risk of huger and malnutrition as Anganwadis remain shut amid the pandemic.
The pandemic and its extensive economic fallout have compelled more people across the world to go hunger and suffer from malnutrition.
Children from vulnerable families across India are being deprived of nutritious food and vaccines as anganwadis remain shut and the health system finds itself over-burdened and fragile.
The PDS system often leaves out the undocumented poor but the universalisation of the scheme could prevent starvation deaths in times of the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has led to a loss of 400 million jobs around the world, Africa and Asia are among the worst affected regions.