Insight: Stories of Doers, ‘Managing and Innovating during Crisis’ Series with Dr. Anis Paul Antony

By Roshan Pun, BBA Student A Work of Sustainability and Humanity Recently we had an opportunity to connect with Dr. Anish Paul Antony from MIT D-Lab through our guest speaker series, Insight: Managing and Innovating during Crisis via Zoom. Dr. Antony is a Postdoctoral Researcher at MIT D-Lab. He completed his post-graduation in Electrical Engineering…

Kenya Impact Week Initiative

KENYAVSCOVID19: 2nd Addition to the Virtual Design Thinking Challenge

Reflected by Coaches; Compiled by Suyasha Singh (Corporate Communication Officer, King’s College) After the successful execution of #NEPALVSCOVID19, the first-ever virtual design thinking challenge in the world, right after a week, the coaches and team from King’s College, Nepal joined hands with other international coaches and design thinking experts from Impact Week, for the second…

#NEPALVSCOVID19 – The First Ever Virtual Design Thinking Challenge

By Suyasha Singh, Organizing Team Member, #NEPALVSCOVID19; Corporate Communication Officer/Faculty, King’s College Kathmandu, Nepal – April 21, 2020 Almost 100 volunteers around the world assembled virtually over the weekend to come up with solutions to the challenges arising in Nepal due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. In just 60 hours, spread out over three days,…

Crisis Supply Chain of the Agricultural Commodities: Current and Post-Corona Period (Webinar)

By: Kiran Mainali (Moderator), MBA Agribusiness “Nothing beats hunger. Even the contagious virus falls back when the matter is about developing resilience against hunger”: Ever wondered while you are resorting back to your place of security and adhering self-quarantine measure, how the food which is an essential elixir of your existence, is being managed by…

Indigenous Chepang Communities Facing Humanitarian Crisis in the Face of COVID-19

By Biswash Chepang, Program Coordinator, MBA Nonprofit | Agribusiness The Chepang communities with a population of about 68,000, who live in Chitwan, Makawanpur, Dhading and Gorkha districts are one the most marginalized indigenous communities in Nepal. They are also some of the hardest hit by COVID-19 pandemic. The Chepang communities have one of the highest…