India’s Healthcare: Lacking More Than Just Equipment

The Indian healthcare sector is paradoxical. On the one hand, medical tourists worldwide come to our state-of-the-art glass and steel hospitals to access affordable (compared to Western Europe and America) …

Housing construction workers to resurrect the economy

The construction industry is one of India’s biggest employers and the third-largest contributor to the economy. This sector employs more than fifty-one million people. Low-cost workers—mainly migrant workers—make up a …

Impact at Scale #2 | Maintaining Health at Scale

Over the last year, we have seen the government make determined efforts to address gaps in the healthcare infrastructure. This edition of ‘Impact at Scale’ is a 2-minute read on …

charity foundations in india
Marginalized and Invisible

Did you know that India has one of the best recycling rates in the world? 70% of all PET bottles are recycled here, compared to 31% in the USA. But …

Water NGOs in India
Bridge Over Troubled Waters

“Jal hi jeevan hai.”  [Water is life.] If you have spent any amount of time in India, chances are that you have read this quote somewhere – painted on a …

Womens Empowerment
Bearing an Unequal Burden

A gentle sun is shining. A woman is walking towards the village well, gracefully balancing pots on her head. Out of the corner of her eye, she spies her love …

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