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Satyamev Jayate - Season 3 | Episode 4 | We Recommend | Sickness looms

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Gulam Sarvar belongs to a community of weavers in Benaras who are renowned for weaving Benarasi saris through generations. But nowadays, the community is receiving attention for another reason: TB. “Initially I was not feeling hungry, then I started coughing and having fever,” says Sarvar. “Then I became really weak and was bed-ridden and could not work anymore.” Gulam was infected with TB.

This is not just the story of Gulam Sarvar. There are thousands of such weavers who are becoming a victim of this disease. Around 30% of the population is infected with TB. It is easy for the weavers to get infected because of the dingy spaces they work out of. There is not much light or fresh air in the rooms where the looms are and the conditions are perfect for the TB bacteria to come into full form. The dust, the smoke and the fibre also add to the hazardous mix which brings down their immunity – priming them for an attack.

Malnutrition is another reason why the weavers' immunity is low. What worsens the state of the patients is the lack of proper medical attention and facility. On one hand the government officials are negligent and the other is the problem of patients going to quacks instead of trained health professionals. This is aggravated by the poverty of the weavers. “We take the medication for as long as we can afford it,” says Badarunisha. But can we afford to leave these weavers to their fate?

http://www.satyamevjayate.in/tb-the-ticking-time-bomb/episode-4article.aspx?uid=s3e4-ar-v3

Few link of PVCHR initiative on TB:
http://bigstory.ap.org/article/weavers-villages-india-suffer-tb-epidemic
http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/varanasi/Weavers-remain-economically-weak-Survey/articleshow/20039346.cms

http://www.pvchr.net/2013/06/tuberculosis-and-poverty-are-two-sides.html

http://www.pvchr.net/2014/02/weavers-villages-in-india-suffer-tb.html

http://www.nytimes.com/2007/07/04/business/worldbusiness/04iht-sari.1.6482277.html?_r=0

http://www.foodjustice.net/ahrc-archive/upi-columns-and-articles-in-ahrc-publications/the-spread-of-tuberculosis-amongst-varanasi2019s-out-of-work-weavers

http://www.merinews.com/article/banarasi-sari-weavers-face-poverty-hunger/15884815.shtml

http://socialdocumentary.net/exhibit/sarika_gulati/india/back_alleys_of_global_economies-­varanasi_weavers

http://www.academia.edu/8636774/Suicide_and_malnutrition_among_weaver

http://lenin-shruti.blogspot.in/2009/03/statement-of-pvchr-and-ahrc-on.html

http://www.humanrights.asia/news/ahrc-news/AHRC-STM-052-2008

http://invisiblephotographer.asia/2014/04/08/dyinglivesofvaranasiweavers/

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Story of Girl power

Child Participation Initiative, Women Rights Initiative

Story of girl power which is inculcated from child participation process led by Shruti Nagvanshi and PVCHR.

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The Politician’s place in Therapeutic Practice

Anti Torture Initiative, Anti Violence Initiative

A Study of Politicians’ Participation in Ceremonies Rehabilitating Victims of Torture in Uttar Pradesh, India

BY Anna Windfeldt Thorning

as Master Thesis, 2014
At
Department of Political Science and Government, Aarhus University

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The work of PVCHR was awarded with the Gwangju Human Rights Award 2007, ACHA Star Peace Award 2008 and 2010 Human rights prize of the city of Weimar in 2010 and Usmania Award from Madarsa Usmania, Bazardiha for the development and welfare of education.

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Basic rights for marginalized groups in the Indian society, e.g. children, women, Dalits and tribes and to create a human rights culture based on democratic values. PVCHR ideology is inspired by the father of the Dalit movement, Dr. B.R. Ambedkar.

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