All Eyes on India as the World’s Biggest Lockdown is Eased
From the 3rd of May, all districts in the country were divided into red zones, orange zones and green zones based on the number of COVID-19 cases reported in these areas and lockdown measures were eased accordingly. Many questions were raised globally as to if this was the appropriate action to be taken at the […]
Investment in Health Care Sector CSR during the Covid-19 crisis.
In the world’s second-largest populated country, it is no surprise that access to health care is highly dependent on the socio-economic status of an individual. The expensive private sector is the main source of health care for around 52% of households in urban areas and 44% of households in rural areas. For the rest, despite […]
India’s Forgotten Amidst the Pandemic
“I know people are troubled by the lockdown but think about it: you have the safety of a home and we don’t. We are living in an open space in tents without our basic rights. It is something the world needs to reflect on.” 25 Year old Sabbar Ifran, Rohingya Human Rights Initiative (The Diplomat) […]