Achieving India’s Sustainable Development Goals In Healthcare Through Social Entrepreneurial Efforts

India needs fresh thinking, innovative approach and scalable models of healthcare services. Government will do its job but it is the social entrepreneurs that will affect change on the ground in a major way in next 15 years. If both of them work in tandem, achieving India’s SDGs in healthcare by 2030 will not be difficult.

Questions On Corporate Social Responsibility That Need Answers

An effective and honest CSR policy goes a long way in ensuring positive and sustainable impact on the lives of its target beneficiaries. However it’s very important that CSR does not become a mere gimmick, advertising strategy, tool of peripheral development and a path for political ambitions. If this undesirable and dangerous outcome has to be prevented then all of us in the civil society need to ask tough questions and seek answers to them.