Calling DIBS: Cameroon's Baby Steps
Cameroon's first Development Impact Bond seeks to improve neonatal health through Kangaroo Mother Care, and might provide a model for the government’s active participation in DIBs, writes Meera Rajagopalan.
Tailored healthcare solutions best fit for tribal women
A three-pronged strategy which includes providing last-mile access to care, leveraging technology for better healthcare, and culturally sensitive utilization of services could help save the health of women in tribal communities, finds Shaivi Chandavarkar.
Special Feature: Game-changers
A growing list of games and simulation-based activities help sensitize people to social issues, and ideate to create better societies. Nandhini Shanmugham explores.
"Perfection is the enemy of the good enough"
In an interview with iMPACT, James Chen speaks about his work towards a world where clear vision for all is a reality, and much more.



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