With parts of India still struggling to realize basic living conditions, philanthropy has emerged with the potential to bridge this deficit. Given the scale of such demands, resources are often insufficient. At the same time, the peculiar Indian conditions require a lot of out-of-the-box thinking. As a result, organizations have fallen back on innovation as a means of overcoming shortcomings. Mint profiles 10 such examples of innovation in philanthropy.
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