The inaugural session of CSR Café was held on July 4, 2018 and at Cafe Zoe, and was facilitated by Luis Miranda, Trustee – Collective Good Foundation, Chairman – Centre for Civil Society and Chairman – CORO, The session was focused around the ‘The Five Ways CSR Heads Can Create Lasting Change.’ Participants shared their insights and experiences […]
Over the years there have been many successful public-private partnerships that have combined the efficiency of the private sector with government access and scale, to bring about social change. Yet, corporate-government partnerships retain an air of mystery with few frameworks available for those interested in initiating such partnerships or navigating existing ones. To discover best […]
Press Release:Samhita and Government of Maharashtra Form Committee to implement the Swachh Maharashtra Grand Challenge
Grand Challenge collaborates with leading development sector stakeholders to pilot Sanitation Innovations in Maharashtra. July, 2018; Mumbai, India: Samhita Social Ventures, a leading CSR consultancy, and the Maharashtra Government signed an MoU in the presence of Hon. Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadnavis to implement the Swachh Maharashtra Grand Challenge. This is a tripartite agreement with […]
Press Release: Samhita and Government of Maharashtra sign a MoU to implement the Swachh Maharashtra Grand Challenge
Grand Challenge collaborates with leading development sector stakeholders to Pilot Sanitation Innovations in Chandrapur. July 03, 2018; Mumbai, India: Samhita Social Ventures, a leading CSR consultancy and the Maharashtra Government signed an MOU in the presence of Hon. Chief Minister Shri Devendra Fadnavis to implement the Swachh Maharashtra Grand Challenge in the district of Chandrapur. […]
Priya Naik’s mission is clear. “India has a vibrant social sector and there are complexities associated with the nation too,” she says. “We want multiple stakeholders to come together, collaborate and create value using their core competence.” Our CEO and Founder in a conversation with Forbes India about Samhita and its work, here.
“As companies’ CSR and sustainability strategies are growing more sophisticated, they are demanding better measurement and evaluation of the impact of their investments. Priya Naik talks with Nidhi Bennur at Creatively Unsettled on the need for Impact Assessment among social enterprises, here.
“There is something magical about the convergence with people halfway around the world. The issues you are dealing with in South Africa are so similar to the ones we are going through in India.” So says Priya Naik, founder and CEO of Samhita Social Ventures in India, addressing delegates at the Trialogue Business in Society […]
Priya Naik, Founder and CEO, Samhita Social Venture, has worked in the social sector for more than 15 years. She draws upon those years of experience to suggest some practical tips for Women Social Entrepreneurs to help stay motivated and better navigate the India development sector.
“Many evaluations have shown that midday meals (MDM) lead to an improvement in enrolment and attendance, both in India and globally. An evaluation conducted by professors from the Delhi School of Economics found that MDM increased attendance rates by 5%, particularly for girls in Delhi. A study conducted by the Indian Statistical Institute also showed that […]
Anil Misquith, Executive Director, Samhita Social Ventures speaks to YourStory about how corporate CSR investment into incubators can help more startups and social enterprises, and what role the online marketplace model can play in connecting corporates to incubators. Read the article on YourStory here.