Tag: COVID-19

What We Have Learnt From Conducting Telephonic Health Surveys During the...

With all its challenges and breakthroughs over the past two years, telephonic data collection has proven to be a useful alternative for in-person data collection methods, albeit entirely new.

Ecosystems As Public Health Services In India

Access to ecosystem services is important for communities that lack access to quality healthcare, because they serve as basic and free healthcare systems.

9 Trends on Learning During a Pandemic from 7 Reports in...

9 trends on the state of education in much of India can be discerned across 7 major reports一which may be of critical use to policymakers in the coming year.

Moving When the World is Still: The Seasonal Migration of Van...

Lockdowns and COVID-19 policies within the Protected Areas that Van Gujjars inhabit during the summer have diminished their autonomy over their livelihood.

Mapping the Impact of COVID-19 on Himal‌ayan Pastoralists: A‌ ‌Primer‌

State marginalisation of nomadic pastoralists is felt by two Himalayan communities—the Bakarwals of Jammu & Kashmir, & the Van Gujjars of Uttarakhand.

The Story of CoWIN: How A Vaccination Strategy for Digital India...

Why was a wholly digital platform like CoWIN—one that is largely accessible to the technology-owning elite—used for mass vaccine registration?

For Digital Governance Solutions to Reach the Marginalised, Working With Offline...

It is vital to examine the design and deployment of digital governance mechanisms in India through the lens of inclusion.

The Classroom ‘Monitor’: How Digital Learning Both Frees and Alienates Students

While online learning has its own exclusionary faults, it also reclaims students' rights to movement and action, taken from them by physical classrooms.

Whose Olympics is it Anyway? The Edokko Dilemma

What elements have complicated Tokyo’s ability to assure the world that the Olympics will be held amidst a pandemic?

Overcoming Vaccine Hesitancy Amongst Women in the Informal Economy

The cost of vaccination seems to be too high for many; convincing these women can have multiplying effects on India’s drive to universally immunize.