Category : India
Mar. 20 – 31: Visiting Artists at Harvard
Mentoring of entrepreneurs is missing in India: Tarun Khanna, Harvard Business School
HBS Creating Emerging Markets and India Research Center host inaugural conference in Mumbai
The Harvard Business School Creating Emerging Markets project (CEM), in collaboration with the HBS India Research Center (IRC), hosted a two-day conference titled, “Creating Emerging Markets: Lessons from History” on February 13-14 in Mumbai.
Livelihood Creation Profile: Kumaun Grameen Udyog
Report: Exchanging Health Information
The new report is based on the ‘Exchanging Health Information’ seminar held at the Radcliffe Institute in 2016.
Student voices: Tiger reserves and nature preserves
During winter session, Mei Yin Wu, Harvard College ’17, interned at Wildlife Conservation Trust in Mumbai, which currently works with over 110 national parks and sanctuaries in India, covering tiger reserves and nature preserves.
Looking back, informing the future: Reflections on Partition
On Feb. 3, SAI hosted a discussion forum in Delhi to facilitate a personalized dialogue about Partition. Professor Uma Chakravarti, who moderated the discussion, showed how these stories connect to the present and inform our understanding of history, nation, community, and religion.
Student voices: Forest Practice in India
The Craftsmen is small forest enterprise facilitator that creates new value chains, provides year-round employment, and trains communities in sustainable harvesting practices.
A fruitful trip to India
Naren Tallapragada, Harvard Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, and Francesco Wiedemann, MIT, were the inaugural winners of SAI’s 2016 Seed for Change Competition for their venture gomango, which provides low-cost refrigerated transport to food producers in India. They spent December in India.
SAI concludes Tata Trusts Livelihood Creation project with conference in Delhi
The 18-month project with Tata Trusts focused on rural livelihood creation in the handicrafts sector, and science and technology-based social entrepreneurship.
SAI responds to Executive Order
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