This project examines the impact of COVID-19 on healthcare services for mentally ill populations, from the perspective of a service provider.
This evaluation assesses the impact of Government of Tamil Nadu’s COVID Assistance Package (CAP) on intended beneficiaries.
This study examines the impact of COVID-19 and the associated lockdown in India on the operations and financial health of Microfinance Institutions.
This study explores the behavioural mechanisms that influence decision making processes in long term savings amongst lower income households.
This study provides recommendations on financing strategies for State Action Plans on Climate Change (SAPCC), based on learnings from Odisha’s experience.
This study evaluates a more flexible system of lending that involves individual rather than group liability, exploring variations where local intermediaries like shopkeepers, traders and lenders function as commissioned loan agents.
This study examines the landscape of climate finance in Gujarat and Madhya Pradesh, and outlines strategies for enabling the states to mobilise capital.
This study documents the current level of environmental literacy of citizens of Sikkim in order to assess and influence knowledge-awareness channels and direct impact on reducing anthropogenic contributions to environmental damage.
This study examines the impact of monitoring interventions that encourage individuals to save, and their impact on businesses, household welfare and mitigation of financial shocks.
Cooking Practices and Cookstoves: A Pilot Study of User Experience with Traditional and Improved Cookstoves
This two-part study examines traditional cooking practices in rural India as well as aims to understand user experiences, to provide actionable recommendations for designing cookstoves and improving service delivery.