While war reportages, tackling authoritarian regimes and subverting censorship have rightfully gained audience and newsroom attention, many important stories from the Global South go missing. To counter this, from India the Mumbai-based journalist Vishal Manve and fixer Rajesh Prabhakar have built a platform called South Asia News Network to report on Asia's largest slum, Dharavi. Articles have been commissioned by Roads & Kingdoms, Vice India, Splice News Room etc. With the platform launched in January 2018, the team plans to build a network of contributors who will travel the length and breadth of South Asia to look for undocumented stories and narratives from the poorest regions, focusing on topics such as gender, human interest, migration, and social change.