Author Archives: Muzammil Hussain

Grihasthi – Board Games as Research Tools

In my previous post, I had mentioned a board game called “Grihasthi,” that we developed on field to validate the money management framework of low-income households. It was for the first time that we (at least I) tried this approach … Continue reading

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Understanding Money Management Strategies of Low Income Households

For the past couple of months, we have been working a financial research project headed by Ignacio Mas, an expert on financial inclusion. The aim of the project was to try and understand how low-income populations think about their finances. … Continue reading

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Systems Thinking To Re-invent The Labour Progression Tool for Rural Health Workers

Under the Bihar Innovation Lab initiative, the Center for Knowledge Societies, together with the Gates Foundation, plans to kickstart its four principal innovation projects in rural Bihar. These are focussed on developing the healthcare delivery scenario in terms of products, … Continue reading

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