FarmFolks have created a software that helps farmers with critical knowledge throughout the crop cycle, from the time the soil is prepared...

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Practical Action, alongside partners Hystra and BoP Innovation Center, launched on November 21st the Global Distributors Collective (GDC), which aims to help...

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Superbug infections could cost the lives of around 2.4 million people in Europe, North America and Australia over the next 30 years...

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In order to meet its goal to use 100% organic cotton by 2025, global Luxury group Kering recognized that full awareness of...

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2017 Vera Fellowship

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2017 Vera Fellowship Vera Fellows are full-time employees of the company and have the title of Associate Consultant. As a Fellow, you’ll...

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An article on the state of unorganized agriculture in India makes a case for building out a more robust food retail supply...

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Founded in 2007, Educate Girls (EG) is a non-governmental organization that holistically tackles issues at the root of gender inequality in India’s...

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Telecom Minister Kapil Sibal has said “India is ready to improve the quality of life of the common through e-Governance services”. His...

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In a Wall Street Journal Mint column, marketing and media editor, Shuchi Bansal, explores new developments in the distribution of products and...

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Tata Power, part of India’s Tata Group, is increasingly exploring ways to develop distributed energy networks for India. The company expects its...

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A recent study showed that between 2004 and 2009, Indian villages with internet kiosks that provided information on prenatal and postnatal care...

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The Indian NGO, Integrated Village Development Project (IVDP), has become a finalist in the 2010 World Habitat Awards. The NGO facilitates the...

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A new curriculum designed for rural telecenter managers in India has recently launched. The Indira Gandhi National Open University has teamed up...

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Through her work at MIT's Abdul Latif Jameel Poverty Action Lab, economist Esther Duflo runs randomized, controlled trials to test poverty solutions....

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Diya Gupta from the Guardian reports on the problems of illiteracy and why children in rural India do not attend school. The...

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Gamesa Wind Turbines is set to build 2,000 MW of wind power across the continent after receiving an order for $2 billion....

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In a Wall Street Journal blog, development research and strategist, Lindsay Clinton, discusses the need for larger businesses to develop more innovative...

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In a recent LiveMint column, Pierre Omidyar, Founder of the Omidyar Network, discusses India’s potential to become an ‘inclusive innovation hub,’ where...

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Rajasthan-based Jaipur Rugs, one of India’s largest carpet manufacturers, was recently recognized by Ernst & Young. Jairpur Rugs Founder N.K. Chaudhary received...

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A publication by the Center for Strategic & International Studies in Washington D.C. has recently reported on the massive opportunity for financial...

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India’s extensive mobile infrastructure has led to an increase in the number of companies and initiatives focused on leveraging that network. A...

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"If you are a social entrepreneur with ambition, you want to work in a country where your efforts can have a huge...

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In light of the controversy and restrictions put in place for the microfinance industry in Andhra Pradesh (AP), India, commercial banks had...

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Stirred, But Not Shaken

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A Business Today article discusses how the growth of Vikram Akula’s SKS microfinance institution, its pursuit of commercial funding, and its initial...

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An organic farming conference is to be held at the end of June in Bihar, India. The conference will bring together 60...

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Amit Bhatia and his organization, Aspire, which trains rural and disadvantaged Indian high school and college students in English, technology, and problem-solving...

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