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Decoding Gender Data Gaps with Mitali Nikore

In this episode, we discuss gaps in gender-disaggregated data at the national level, and their impact on solution design to improve female labour force participation, with economist Mitali Nikore.

An Indian woman farmer on her field

Seeing the Unseen Workforce: Women in Agriculture

Agriculture is one of the main sources of livelihood for women in rural India. Despite their contribution and value addition, however, women are viewed as informal workers who are characterised as domestic support or even go unpaid.

Swati Kumari

Swati brings 10 + years of holistic work experience in the social impact sector working in various roles with foundations, nonprofits, CSRs and social enterprises. As a Senior Engagement Manager at Sattva, Swati leads the sub-business unit Programme Advisory and Management within the Foundations team.

Addressing the Low Female Labour Force Participation in India

COVID-19 presented an opportunity to re-evaluate structural barriers and to “build back better”. Our blog on the SelectHER programme highlights how long-term engagements can add value to the employability of women and bring meaningful change in society.

Enabling Women Entrepreneurship

Sattva brought global and domestic philanthropists, private sector leaders, multi-laterals, and a social enterprise together, for a roundtable conversation on market-led scalable models for enabling women entrepreneurs.

Understanding Self-identity among Young Women across India

Sattva recently conducted a research study, in collaboration with one of our clients to support them in designing their gender-focused social impact programme. This programme was focused on helping young women understand their identities and achieve their future aspirations and dreams.

Women and Social Media During the Pandemic

This discussion paper outlines the impact of social media on women in the pandemic hit world. It also highlights the key considerations that will enable social media platforms to have a wider reach and deeper impact across a broader population of women in India.

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