While data has been driving decision-making in businesses and governments for a long time now, in the social sector too, entrepreneurs are increasingly using data to see and sense what is happening on-ground and using the findings to design better programmes, bring efficiency and measure impact better. However, where do citizens stand in this data narrative? Are they just passive recipients of someone else’s enhanced decision-making?
January 6, 2023Read More
Part of the Independent Task Force on Creative Climate Action, Rohini Nilekani shares insights and urges us all to think of ways to induce exponential climate action.
December 19, 2022Read More
I sat next to Maya Welch, Impact Lead at Healing Fields Foundation. Under a big banyan tree, Maya and I spoke about our lives and the work we do. In her, I could sense a will to imagine and believe in achieving what some would think as naive but I consider audaciously optimistic
October 17, 2022Read More
Aastrika Foundation aims to bridge the most glaring gap in building a robust healthcare system for women and children, that of agency women exercise over their bodies and of healthcare professionals in being equipped to provide bias-free interventions.
August 24, 2022Read More
Shared Digital Infrastructure is an important aspect of making sure that extremely desirable changes in the Indian State move from “too big to solve”, “too difficult to do” and “we can’t do it in 24 months” to a feasible proposition.
August 16, 2022Read More
In an insightful conversation with Ashutosh Garg from The Brand Called You, Arghyam’s CEO Mala Subramaniam highlights the importance of marrying traditional wisdom with technology to distribute the ability to solve faster, efficiently and at scale.
July 19, 2022Read More
To induce exponential impact, Reap Benefit had to unlock scale and speed in distributing the ability to solve among young people. Instead of scaling what works, they had to figure out what works at scale.
June 22, 2022Read More
Our combined challenge is to enable the 300 million Indians to not just survive climate disasters but be able to adapt and even thrive despite adversity. That is, to build a disaster resilient society that leaves no one behind, and gives everyone an opportunity to bounce back from any disaster, be it a landslide, flood, cyclone or even a pandemic.
June 9, 2022Read More
Impact at scale is a collective effort, and at Arghyam, the vision to ensure “safe, sustainable water for all” is achieved with partners, networks, and most importantly, by empowering those closest to the problem to come up with solutions that serve them best.
February 12, 2022Read More