Livelihoods India Summit 2019

28-29 January, New Delhi

About Livelihoods India

Livelihoods India was initiated in 2010 as a national platform to bring together diverse stakeholders on a single platform to discuss critical issues that impede and afflict the livelihoods of the poor. ACCESS Development Services set up this platform in order to understand and assess the key issues and challenges that the poor face in sustaining their livelihoods and microenterprises and also to craft a vision and strategy for moving them from subsistence to sustainable levels.
Since then, the platform has evolved significantly and has emerged as an important …

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Speakers at the Conference

Clement Chauvet

Chief, Skill and Business Development

UNDP

Vipin Sharma

CEO

Access Development Services

Anshu Bhartia

CEO

UnLtd

Siva Devi Reddy

CEO

GoCoop

Vijayalakshmi Das

CEO

FWWB India

D. Paul Schuilwerve

CEO & Country Head India

Rabobank

Dr. Harsh Kumar Bhanwala

Chairman

NABARD

Dr. Ramesh Chand

Member

NITI Aayog

S. Sivakumar

Group Head of Agri and IT Businesses

ITC Limited

Michael T. Clark

Senior Coordinator of the Government and Policy Unit

FAO Economic and Social Development Department

Girija Srinivasan

Expert

Development Finance and Rural Livelihoods

Rajeev Ahal

Director NRM

GIZ

Dr. Madhu Sharan

President

Hand in Hand India

Dr. Maninder Kaur Dwivedi

Resident Commissioner

Govt. of Chhattisgarh

Dr. Ajit Kanitkar

Senior Advisor

VIkasAnvesh Foundation

Dr. Syed M Hashemi

Senior Advisor, Partnership for Economic Inclusion

The World Bank, Bangladesh

Sitaram Rao Case Study Competition

Sitaram Rao Livelihoods India Case Study Competition


ACCESS instituted the Sitaram Rao Livelihoods India Case Study Competition in 2009, in the memory of Late Sitaram Rao, a Director on the Board of ACCESS and one of the pillars of India's microfinance movement. The Competition was instituted as a pioneering initiative by ACCESS to identify and collate models and practices that have significantly contributed to livelihoods promotion of the poor in India. The Sitaram Rao Livelihoods India Case Study Competition therefore aims at bringing together the collective intellect of the sector and assimilating innovative solutions, breakthroughs, good experiences and best practices that help in learning from diverse sector experience and impact poverty reduction. The Sitaram Rao Case Study Competition 2019 is being supported by Vaya Trusts.

The Case Study Competition is organized annually around a specific theme, under which entries are solicited, assessed and the 10 best case studies are brought together into a Case Study Compendium that is released at the Livelihoods India Summit. The theme for this year's Case Study Competition is Climate Smart Agriculture.

Livelihoods India Share Fair

Livelihoods India Share Fair is a marketplace for exchange of experiences, information, and networking amongst corporates, social enterprises, not-for-profits and other delegates.

The Share Fair offers the sector significant benefits including:
  • Providing two-way information sharing opportunity through one-to-one discussions between Corporates, Social Enterprises and NGOs
  • Opportunity for NGOs to pitch for CSR partnerships
  • Opportunity for corporates enhance their NGO outreach
  • Products/ Services promotion for corporates, NGOs and other delegates

Sponsors and Partners

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