Opinion November 22, 2017
Anirban Ghose Anish Kumar 7 min read
Practitioners and donors in development have increasingly realised the importance of adopting a multi-intervention or convergence approach. This article looks at why it hasn't worked in the past, and explores what can be done differently now.
Practice November 21, 2017
Sumathy Krishnan 4 min read
Corporate sector hires bring skills that can help nonprofits infuse purpose, process and professionalism into their own passion for social change. Here’s how nonprofits can manage this new talent coming their way.
CSR & Consulting November 17, 2017
Dalberg Advisors India Sanitation Coalition 2 min read
On the occasion of World Toilet Day, India Sanitation Coalition along with Dalberg Global Development Advisors share an interview series that captures diverse perspectives and approaches to addressing sanitation challenges in our country.
Opinion November 16, 2017
Aarti Mohan Rathish Balakrishnan 5 min read
Despite much investment in the education sector, learning outcomes have declined. Where are we going wrong? This article, based on a landscape study of funding in the education space, points out where the focus must lie for sector-level impact.
ETC November 14, 2017
In the Field 2 min read
This episode looks at the alarmingly high rate of stunting among children and tries to find out what can be done about it. We visit an anganwadi and speak to a paediatrician to understand how diet, culture and food affect women and children.
Opinion November 9, 2017
Roopa Kudva 5 min read
If we want to impact the lives of millions of Indians, we, as funders, will have to invest in organisational capacity, and even in the larger ecosystem. Because, that’s when we will see change happen at a sector level.
CSR & Consulting November 8, 2017
Chandrika Sahai 4 min read
The recently launched ‘Philanthropy in India’ report offers a comprehensive overview of the country’s philanthropic sector. Read this article for an introduction to it, including who is giving, how much, to whom, and where there are still gaps.