From combatting climate change to advocating for migrants, social innovators are addressing the world’s most serious challenges ranging.
Affordable mobile data, public digital infrastructure, and entrepreneurial innovations are all measures which have increased the amount of digital payments.
A new report lays out the immense economic opportunities climate action could afford India - but also warns of the consequences of doing nothing.
Nearly 40% of students in underprivileged households in India have not been studying during school closures, caused by COVID-19, according to a new report.
The initiative has the potential to be applied to other areas across the world to address rural unemployment, combat climate change and human trafficking.
'Open sky' schools serve as demonstration plots to help Indian farmers learn techniques to adapt to climate change, plus other recent farming advances.
What's it like battling COVID and providing healthcare and other support in India? Radio Davos hears from the 'social entrepreneurs' rising to the challenge.
More than 480 million people living in central, eastern and northern India have face reduced live expectancies as a result of air pollution.
India is undertaking a massive drive to vaccinate its population against COVID-19, but less than half of those getting the vaccines are women. Here's why.
Social entrepreneurs have demonstrated that swift action in four priority areas can enhance reach and scale in the difficult to reach 'last mile'.
Data has the power to solve some of the most pressing challenges facing society. With this background, NITI Aayog and the Centre for the Fourth Industrial Revolution India have developed ...
Poorer households in India are bearing a disproportional impact from pollution caused by others, results in a study by Yale School of the Environment found.
Impact investing and philanthropic capital can and should work together to channel financial resources into building a more resilient post-Covid world.
5 trends from a study of Indian entrepreneurial resilience include digitization, collaboration and localisation, increased social commitment and well-being.
In this fast-evolving context, as global companies adapt their manufacturing and supply chain strategies to build resilience, India has a unique opportunity to become a global manufacturi...