The Bridgespan Group and WHO emphasise that community participation is the key to implement any COVID-19 preventive interventions in the slums.
Experts stress the importance of organising and fortifying the private healthcare system’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.
This article lays out some of the unique features and challenges
that NGOs face, as well as suggestions on how to better assess and work with NGOs in pursuit of
common development goals.
While we take a fresh look at how we innovate in value chains, they need to be understood from the perspective of the most vulnerable.
The corporate sector holds the potential and responsibility to change the dynamics within which workers operate.
Analysing the opportunities that Indian corporates can explore to play a creative role in rebuilding our economy and society as we emerge from one of the worst crises in history.
Webinar 2 | Leaders with Purpose – Hosted by Samhita and IDFC Institute
For the quantum growth of the economy, investments in education and skilling of informal workers are key.
The Covid-19 pandemic and lockdowns have upended India’s informal job market. But are there positives from the crisis?
Exploring how Samaj, Sarkar and Bazaar can come together and reimagine solutions to benefit both business and the socio-economically vulnerable.
Esther Duflo emphasized that cash transfers to the poor is both the morally correct and economically wise action required to be taken by larger society.
There are strong linkages between the formal and informal, as well as between large and small segments of the economy.