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VIDEO: The Sticker Saving Thousands of Lives from Starvation

The Mumbai Dabbawalas deliver over 120 tons of food every day, and have developed a sticker system for not letting 16 tons of food go to waste.

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The Mumbai Dabbawalas deliver over 120 tons of food every day, and have developed an efficient sticker system for not letting 16 tons of food go to waste.

Sometimes the simplest solutions are the best solutions.

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How a Bamboo Lamp May Light the Way to a Better Life in Mumbai

Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop teaches residents of a Mumbai slum to make his designs as a new source of income.

How can design help some of the poorest residents of Mumbai, India break out of the cycle of poverty? Dutch designer Pepe Heykoop works with the Tiny Miracles Foundation creating new products and training community members how to make them as a source of income.

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Making a More Empathetic MBA In the Mumbai Slums

Pairing tomorrow's captains of industry with Mumbai's neediest, one Indian Business School is putting its students through intensive empathy training.


Pairing tomorrow's captains of industry with today's neediest in boomtown Mumbai, one Indian Business School is putting its students through intensive humility and empathy training and turning out the next generation of socially-aware MBAs.

SP Jain Institute of Management and Research requires its students to spend several hours a month mentoring kids in some of the city’s most impoverished schools.

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Emergency in Mumbai? Dial 1298!

Americans take 911 for granted, but in many developing nations a centralized emergency telephone number is unheard of. In Mumbai, a private ambulance company has stepped up to fill the void in emergency medical service. In a city where "ambulance" used to be synonymous with "hearse," Mumbai residents..

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OC7LqVqkrY8Americans take 911 for granted, but in many developing nations a centralized emergency telephone number is unheard of. In Mumbai, a private ambulance company has stepped up to fill the void in emergency medical service. In a city where "ambulance" used to be synonymous with "hearse," Mumbai residents can now dial 1298 and receive emergency medical care priced on a sliding scale.LEARN MOREDial 1298 for Ambulance

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