Housed in a colourful mobile van, an agro-veterinary clinic is now a regular feature in distant tribal parts of Jharkhand state in India.
In many parts of Jharkhand, such as the East Singbhum district, it reaches remote hamlets devoid of concrete roads or mobile phone networks.
The mobile veterinary clinic is run by Birsa Yuva Seva Samiti, an NGO named after iconic Indian tribal freedom fighter, Shri Birsa Munda.
The mission – the betterment of livestock farming.
For the full story see our blog post Indian state sets example for innovative use of mobile veterinary services.
Produced by Prasenjit De of Alternatives.
Directed by Saloni Srivastava.