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Early December 2014 â€“ Vaccine Delivery Kit (VDK) Team shifted from that little round table to a designated cabin. Despite all the background buzzing noises & exit door just by the space, we still are very happy with the allotted … Continue reading
Bihar Innovation Lab organisedÂ Health Public, the first health edition of Design Public, on August 22. Here is a peekÂ into the whos,Â whatsÂ and hows of theÂ conclave.
The Breakout session discussions at theÂ Health Public conclave eventually filtered into constructive results as innovative conceptualizing sessions rolled out in form of presentations basedÂ off six major key challenges recognized. With valuable inputs from our imminent panelists, thought-driven initiatives on innovation … Continue reading
A collection of panel discussions, keynote addresses, expert interviews, and contributed essays exploring the potential of open, mobile and social technologies in ensuring participatory, accountable, and effective governance. Drawing from the rich conversations at Design Public 5, open data solutions, … Continue reading
Shubhagato Dasgupta is a Senior Fellow at the Centre for Policy Research, New Delhi. His current research is focused on drinking water and sanitation sector in India, with particular reference to flagship government programs and service delivery challenges in the … Continue reading
The concluding plenary discussion at the Design Public Conclave will evaluate the ideas that emerge from the first day’s workshops around the four challenge tracks, as well as the discussions of the previous panels of the day. It will look … Continue reading
The fourth panel at the Design Public Conclave will focus on how to take forward innovation in the four challenge tracks that were discussed on the first day of the Conclave. Discussion leaders from the previous day, along with sector-specific … Continue reading
As Indiaâ€™s population grows and expands, clean water supply will become inadequate: demand is expected to rise by over 40 percent in the coming two decades. Large parts of the country already suffer acute shortages in clean drinking water as … Continue reading
Confronted with a grim power situation due to its massive demand and unsustainable sources, various alternatives like wind, solar or tidal energy have often been proposed. An Indian innovator has gone a step further and has come up with a … Continue reading
Millions of people, in our fast-modernizing country, still defecate in open, leading to a significant challenge facing our country today. As the Government intensifies its Total Sanitation Campaign, launched in 1999, innovative ideas are pouring in, like ‘No toilet, No … Continue reading