COVID-19 has exacerbated hunger and poverty in India. Solutions should address food insecurity now and provide livelihood opportunities for the future.
Social purpose organization, Mann Deshi, is using its position on the frontlines of the pandemic to deliver critical COVID-19 relief.
As aviation rebounds from COVID, sustainable fuel can have widespread environmental and economic benefits. Here's how and why India should scale up SAF.
Innovative solutions, including drones, have been developed across Africa and Asia to deal with the increasing demand for health services due to COVID-19.
India is on track for a 50% shortfall in its water supply by 2030. Here are 4 ways to attract the finance needed to keep the country's taps from running dry.
The purpose of these drones is to achieve faster vaccine delivery straight to citizens' doorsteps and improve healthcare access in more isolated communities.
Hemkunt Foundation has helped around 10,000 people during the second wave of COVID-19 in India. It has offered food to displaced employees and oxygen to hospitals.
The recent surge in COVID-19 cases in India, home to the world’s largest vaccine manufacturer, has lead to a halt in vaccine exports. Here's what that means.
Technology means doctors are able to carry out online consultations with people in India, to take the strain off the workforce and offer support through COVID-19.
Carsharing is an effective way to reduce carbon emissions, as fewer cars are on the road, which has the added bonus of reducing traffic and further carbon.
The inspiring work of social entrepreneurs during India's second COVID-19 wave shows us how a radical new mindset is needed to drive transformative change.
Molecular engineer David Fairen-Jimenez explains how scientists are looking at an alternative way of 'making' oxygen using concentrators to remove nitrogen.
Social entrepreneurs are stepping up to help those most vulnerable to the health and economic effects of India's second wave of the COVID-19 crisis.
Indian start-up Noora Health is using tech to help family members gain the necessary skills to help care for loved-ones with COVID-19.
India is seeing over 300,000 new COVID cases a day. Rajib Dasgupta, from Jawaharlal Nehru University explains why new variants are likely behind the spike.