Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 06:00pm
Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 09:00pm
Please join the Harvard University South Asia Institute (SAI) for the final event of the collaborative project with the Tata Trusts on ‘Livelihood Creation in India’.
High tea reception will be followed by a presentation on the impact of the project by Harvard faculty, including Professor Tarun Khanna and two panel discussions. Three publications compiled by Harvard faculty, fellows and eminent experts in the area will be released on this occasion. These include:
- Innovation in Tradition: Rural Livelihood Creation in the Indian Crafts Sector
- Science for Society: Science and Technology Based Social Entrepreneurship
- Task-shifting in Healthcare: Reframing the AYUSH Debate
Location: The Taj Mahal Hotel, Number One Mansingh Road, New Delhi, DL 110011
6- 6:30 pm Tea and grantees funded by the TT-SAI program will be on display.
6:30 – 6:40 Welcome: Shashank Shah, Project Director; Tarun Khanna, Director, Harvard South Asia Institute, Jorge Paulo Lemann Professor, Harvard Business School
6:40 – 6:50 Keynote by Amitabh Kant, CEO, Niti Aayog; and release of 3 TT-SAI publications on the Crafts, Task Shifting, and Science
6:50 – 7:35 Session 1: Handicraft Sector; Moderator: Vandana Bhandari, Professor NIFT, Delhi
7:35 – 7:45 Break
7:45 – 8:30 Session 2: Science & Technology; Satya Prakash Dash, Head of Strategy at DBT, Ravi Elangovan, IIT-D, Vikram Gandhi, HBS, Asha Impact, Satchit Balsari, HSPH; Moderator: Tarun Khanna, SAI, HBS
8:30-8:35 Closing remarks: Manish Kumar, Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, National Skill Development Corporation (To be confirmed)
Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 06:00pm
Thu, Dec 22, 2016 at 09:00pm
Please join the Harvard University South Asia Institute (SAI) for the final event of the collaborative project with the Tata Trusts on ‘Educational, Social and Economic Empowerment of Women in India’.
High tea reception will be followed by a presentation on the impact of the project by Harvard faculty – Professor Jacqueline Bhabha and Professor Martha Chen, regional experts, and a panel discussion. Three publications compiled by Harvard faculty and eminent experts in the area will be released on this occasion. These include:
- Triggering Success: Innovative Interventions to promote educational Access in India
- Interrogating the Norm: Innovative Interventions to promote gender justice and safety in India
- Empowering Home-based Workers in India: Solutions and Strategies
December 22, 6:00 – 9:00PM, The Taj Mahal Hotel, New Delhi.
Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 08:00am
Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 09:30am
Livelihood Creation Webinar
Mukti Khaire, Cornell Tech
Shashank Shah, Harvard South Asia Institute
Professor Mukti Khaire and Dr. Shashank Shah will discuss learnings from six field projects in the Indian crafts sector, funded by Tata Trusts. The grants supported and enabled the implementation of social and technological innovations at:
1. Women Weave, Maheshwar, Madhya Pradesh
2. Kumaun Grameen Udyog, Kasiyalekh, Uttarakhand
3. Freeset Fabrics, Berhampore, West Bengal
4. Chitrika, Mandapeta, Andhra Pradesh
5. Craftizen Foundation, Bangalore, Karnataka
6. Raah Foundation, Jawhar, Maharashtra
The webinar will highlight organizational best practices and ground-level innovations for impact in the Indian crafts sector. It is for practitioners in the Indian handicrafts and handloom sectors. All those who are interested to know more about the current state of the sector and the immense potential it holds for rural livelihood creation would be most benefited.
This webinar is part of SAI’s Livelihood Creation Project with the Tata Trusts.
Mon, Jan 11, 2016
Thu, Jan 14, 2016
Livelihood Creation Workshop
The Tata Trusts and SAI have collaborated for the Project on ‘Livelihood Creation in India through Social Entrepreneurship and Skill Development’. This Capacity Building Workshop is for organizations from the Handicrafts and Handlooms sectors.
Mukti Khaire, Faculty Chair; Associate Professor of Business Administration, Harvard Business School
Dr. Shashank Shah, Project Director, Harvard University South Asia Institute; and Visiting Scholar, Harvard Business School
The production of handicrafts is (after agriculture) the largest source of income among rural populations – an estimated 11.65 million Indians were engaged in craft production in 2013 and this is expected to grow to 13.93 million in 2017 and 17.79 million in 2022. Data from unofficial sources indicate that up to 200 million craftspeople or artisans depend on this sector for a livelihood. The project on Rural Livelihoods focuses on supporting and strengthening the organizational infrastructure of enterprises in the handicrafts and handlooms sectors.
This Capacity Building Workshop aims to provide the support enterprises need in this sector. The workshop will be a focused program that will enable capacity building through knowledge inputs, networking support, social innovation grant funding and mentoring..
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