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How trust and collaboration are key in India’s last-mile response to the COVID-19 crisis

A healthcare worker delivers a vaccine against COVID-19 in a temporary vaccination centre in New Delhi, India. Image: REUTERS/Adnan Abidi

Diana Wells

President Emerita, Ashoka

Jeroo Billimoria

Founder, One Family Foundation

Carolien de Bruin

Head, COVID Response Alliance for Social Entrepreneurs, World Economic Forum

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