During this 8-week summer program in India, Harvard College students are exploring the potential of mobile technology to enable economic and social mobility.
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In order to continue to bring attention to the country’s needs, we invite Harvard affiliates to submit photos taken while in Nepal.
Harvard for Nepal is a university-wide initiative that aims to unite Harvard in response to the earthquake that devastated Nepal in April 2015.
SAI welcomes submissions for its blog from Harvard students, faculty, alumni, and affiliates on an array of topics pertaining to South Asia
The members shared their stories of involvement in rescue and relief operations, and shared lessons and recommendations learned during the earthquakes.
“We are leveraging the power of the American consumer economy to increase stability in Afghanistan,” says Keith Alaniz, a US Army veteran, who co-founded Rumi Spice with several HBS alums.
SAI GSA Lydia Walker, PhD Candidate, Department of History, talks about her dissertation, a connective project that looks at decolonization in the early 1960s.
Listen to Namita Dharia discuss the life of a migrant worker in urban India and how the construction industry is addressing issues of child labor and women’s safety.
The processes of urbanization, globalization, and climate change have made traditional methods of waste management difficult for the Maldives. In this podcast, SAI talks with Krishna Matturi, recent GSD graduate, about the country’s “unique culture of waste” and its possible solutions.
Learn about Muhammad Zahir, SAI Aman Fellow’s work on uncovering Pakistan’s archaeological past.