With so many Indians struggling with access to water in the first place, not enough thought has been put into making sure that water is safe to drink. Unsafe water isn't just dirty, it's deadly—for health as well as for livelihoods
In the work-from-home era, the burden of unpaid and domestic work on women has increased, taking a toll on their careers and widening the gender gap at workplaces. Here's how organisations can help fill this chasm
Telemedicine can make a significant positive impact on the access, quality, and cost of healthcare in the country. India has a system in place to make it work effectively. It is time to incentivise and re-skill that system.
The government has mentorship programs, but greater changes including readily available toolkits for training, and economic rebates for sectors that largely have women functionaries are the need of the hour for women's complete assimilation into the digital economy