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Implicit Bias in Hiring

Implicit Bias in Hiring: Understanding, Challenges, and Solutions

A successful hiring process ensures that the organization is staffed with qualified, diverse individuals who can contribute to its growth and development. However, the hiring ...
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Japanese Mount Fuji

Embracing Japanese Wisdom: Seven Key Concepts to Enhance Everyday Life

Japanese culture has a rich tapestry of concepts and techniques that offer profound insights into life, work, and the natural world around. From the continuous ...
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Tides

Tales from the Tides: Stories from the Fishing Communities

Early in my career, I had the good fortune and opportunity to work on marine turtles along the east coast of India.
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Foundational Learning

Enabling Children for Foundational Learning

Foundational learning and numeracy are vital to achieving quality and equitable educational outcomes. Considering large gaps among children in developing countries, especially those from low-income ...
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Agricultural Practices

Regenerative Agricultural Practices for Decarbonization

With the average global temperature set to reach 1.5 °C as early as 2027, there is an urgent need to amplify decarbonization efforts.
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Mangroves

In the Shadows of the Sea: Beauty, Fragility and Restoration of Mangroves

Among the ecosystems of coral reefs, estuaries, and seagrass meadows there exists the intricate forests of mangroves. Compared with other coastal ecosystems, mangroves contribute an ...
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Research/Study Papers

Green Jobs

Job Opportunities in the Sustainable Energy Sector (Green Jobs)

This study aims to identify demand-led courses for green jobs in the sustainable energy sector. It evaluates the fitment of these courses to Youth, Women ...
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Impact Evaluation of GROW (2023)

Impact Evaluation of GROW (2023)

The study is a third party evaluation of our skill development program – GROW. The study, supported by our long term partner J.P. Morgan, aims ...
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Women LFPR Pilot​

To test the hypothesis that ‘low income group women whose children have grown up, if trained on market aligned employability skills, will join the workforce’, ...
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Impact Evaluation of GROW 2018

The study is a third party evaluation of our skill development program – GROW. The study, supported by our long term partner J.P. Morgan...
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Alumni Tracer Study – GROW

This is a cross sectional study of alumni of our skill development program - GROW. We studied the progress made by alumni...
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Action for Climate and Environment

Given the urgency to address climate change through concerted efforts, our Action for Climate and Environment (ACE)...
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