We opened the discussion on how to catalyse societal impact at scale.  A steep hike started with talking about scale.

November 8, 2022

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Societal Thinking and Project ECHO: Transforming healthcare for all

Anjali Hans

Dr. Sunil Anand, Anand Rajan

Project ECHO enables experts to share their knowledge with community healthcare workers everywhere. This way, community healthcare workers acquire essential knowledge and skills to provide high-quality care to patients who cannot otherwise access it.

October 6, 2022

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Aastrika Foundation aims to bridge the most glaring gap in building a robust healthcare system for women and children, that of agency women exercise over their bodies and of healthcare professionals in being equipped to provide bias-free interventions.

August 24, 2022

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In an insightful conversation with Ashutosh Garg from The Brand Called You, Arghyam’s CEO Mala Subramaniam highlights the importance of marrying traditional wisdom with technology to distribute the ability to solve faster, efficiently and at scale.

July 19, 2022

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Yatri runs on the world’s first open mobility network that is powered by an open protocol, Beckn. I had even more questions now: What is Beckn? What sets it apart? 

June 23, 2022

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To induce exponential impact, Reap Benefit had to unlock scale and speed in distributing the ability to solve among young people. Instead of scaling what works, they had to figure out what works at scale.

June 22, 2022

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Harambee: SAYouth – Building pathways to opportunity

Anjali Hans

Sharmi Surianarain, Chief Impact Officer, Harambee Youth Accelerator

SAYouth was launched in 2021 in partnership with South Africa’s Presidential Youth Employment Intervention. It is a scalable pathway management platform, and is multi-channel, free of cost, and free of data charges and supports young people excluded from the labour market to build their profile and offer them pathways to work opportunities.

June 9, 2022

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SEEDS: A journey towards community resilience

Anjali Hans

Dr. Manu Gupta, Co-Founder of SEEDS with inputs from Anand Rajan

Our combined challenge is to enable the 300 million Indians to not just survive climate disasters but be able to adapt and even thrive despite adversity. That is, to build a disaster resilient society that leaves no one behind, and gives everyone an opportunity to bounce back from any disaster, be it a landslide, flood, cyclone or even a pandemic.

June 9, 2022

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At the heart of the ECHO model is a learning framework that they call “all teach, all learn.” It connects providers in underserved communities (“spokes”) with teams of specialists and experts at regional, national, and global centres (the “hub”).

June 1, 2022

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eGov Foundation attempted to answer: What would it take to induce exponential impact in over 4,000 cities and towns across India, each with its unique social issues and local processes? 

May 19, 2022

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