50 ways India’s last-mile COVID-19 responders are leading the way to a just recovery

The work of social entrepreneurs in India offers vital lessons on response mechanisms at a time when new COVID-19 surges threaten across the globe. Image: REUTERS/Amit Dave

Carolien de Bruin

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

François Bonnici

Director, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship, Head of Social Innovation, World Economic Forum

Neelam Chhiber

Co-founder, Industree, Catalyst 2030 India – NASE

Jayesh Bhatia

Managing Director, Intellecap


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