Saahil Kejriwal

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Saahil Kejriwal is an International Innovation Corps Fellow, currently working as a consultant at Learning4impact, a knowledge partner of USAID/India. Previously, he was a programme associate at Centre for Effective Governance of Indian States (CEGIS), and before that, an associate at IDR. Saahil has completed the Young India Fellowship, a postgraduate diploma in liberal studies, from Ashoka University, and holds a BA in economics from Hansraj College, University of Delhi.

Articles by Saahil Kejriwal

Mirror reflection-LGBTQ health

October 26, 2021
India’s health systems exclude LGBTQ+ people. This needs to change.
While the issues of discrimination in health access are systemic and require interventions by governments to solve them, there is much that civil society can do.
The good place_everything is fine_nonprofit humour

August 10, 2020
A post-pandemic utopia
Imagine everything is back to normal. There is no lockdown, quarantine, or COVID-19. We are finally in The Good Place.
Rajendra singh waterman of India_Illustration: Aditya Krishnamurthy

July 16, 2020
IDR Interviews | Rajendra Singh
‘Waterman of India’, Rajendra Singh, shares insights on how the availability of water improves all aspects of life in India, and why the COVID-19 pandemic has the potential to bring about a revolution in the country.
man walking through an exhibition surrounded by plastic-waste management

July 15, 2020
This is the most opportune time for impact investing
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will see significant changes in how impact investing is approached. The crisis has also thrown up questions around the right form of capital and the right time to invest.
spilled indian coins_social stock exchange_unsplash

June 9, 2020
Understanding India’s proposed social stock exchange
Highlights from the newly released report on the social stock exchange—new funding sources, what it means for nonprofits and social enterprises, and how we can strengthen the ecosystem around it.
100 rupee note being handed over_CS Sharada Prasad_Flickr

May 6, 2020
Is Jan Dhan money actually reaching people?
A rapid assessment survey highlights last-mile glitches in the distribution of government cash transfers during the lockdown.

April 17, 2020
A TV show for every quarantine mood
Regardless of whether you're feeling the need for some laughs, or something tangible to be angry about, we've got you covered.
himalaya biodiversity-mountains

March 19, 2020
“Biodiversity may be the most critical science for our survival”
How we can solve for the climate crisis in India, and why the National Biodiversity Mission is crucial.
justice scales_social sector law_rawpixel

February 29, 2020
Enabling India’s social sector
The legal framework governing civil society is too old and complicated, and it is keeping the sector from reaching its full potential.
hands weaving a frame_pixabay_jpal

February 20, 2020
“Prepare to be surprised”
Iqbal Dhaliwal, Global Executive Director of J-PAL shares important lessons he has learned over years of working with governments.
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