To solve social problems at scale, solvers would need to develop both the eagle and the ant’s point of view, and shift between the two. The eagle’s view offers a colourful and wide picture to find their ‘why’. The ant’s view reveals the context of diverse problems, the right leverage point to solve them locally and gives solvers the pathway to find their ‘what’.
September 27, 2022Read More
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, 2022Read More
Shared Digital Infrastructure is an important aspect of making sure that extremely desirable changes in the Indian State move from “too big to solve”, “too difficult to do” and “we can’t do it in 24 months” to a feasible proposition.
August 16, 2022Read More
“Even when we act as representatives of the state or the market, we do not forgo our rights and duties as citizens. When we leave our places of work, we return home as citizens, as members of the public, as humans in a collective. All individuals, regardless of their position in the current power structure, need to belong to a society in which they can exercise agency and freedom, and thrive in the association of other citizens.”
August 12, 2022Read More
I believe that improving governance in India rests on reimagining the State as an organisation — thinking about its systems and processes, how it manages data, funds, recruitment, personnel management, and training — and the impact these have on public officials and citizens.
August 10, 2022Read More