A bridge not too far- services to the poor!

Source: The Hindu

In remote Kutch, social workers and activists are working hard to make government schemes accessible to the poor. Shiba Desor and Ashish Kothari

Do we ever pause to think how a city really works? How easy or difficult is it to understand and access government schemes, especially for the poor? How can spaces be created for dialogue between the government and marginalised sections of urban society, such as slum dwellers?

A team of social workers and activists in a usually forgotten part of India, Kutch, is showing how the chasm between the “governed” and the “governors” can be filled. Urban Setu, a civil society initiative in Bhuj town, has attempted a simple yet bold answer.

Read more at http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-sundaymagazine/a-bridge-not-too-far/article5409386.ece


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