While India is one of the world’s fastest growing economies, it is also one of the most unequal countries. Economic opportunity and a sustainable, dignified livelihood for all is our goal.
This article details policy recommendations to ensure a more resilient future for India’s most vulnerable communities.
Returnable Grants are designed to fill a specific gap in India’s credit ecosystem for small businesses: dealing with short term emergency situations or external shocks.
Meet Ritu-ben, a nano entrepreneur and mother of two, who has not allowed the harsh effects of the pandemic deter her optimistic spirit and perseverance.
Bilal, a Sozni artisan and entrepreneur with disability from Jammu and Kashmir, is driven to face the many challenges that lie in his path and works to emerge stronger from any adversity.
Sole bread-winner Valarmathi Thangaswami, a 55-year-old sanitation worker from Trichy, works to support her struggling son despite all the hurdles that line her path.
The panelists discuss why it is important to take a comprehensive approach to recovery from COVID-19, keeping in mind the importance of livelihoods, healthcare and educational needs of vulnerable communities.
A fresh perspective on livelihoods generated through care work and its socio-economic impact.
REVIVE is providing zero cost Returnable Grants and skill training to help India’s workers bounce back from the most severe economic crisis of the 21st century.
Can we modify or extend certain aspects of the microfinance model to achieve better outcomes for recipients?
Research on the traditional microfinance model reveals the alterations that can be made to further small businesses and welfare gains.
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.