GITA

Written by 2018 IMAGO Fellow, Erika Caballero Montoya Gita is a middle-aged hardworking Indian woman, member of a self-help group (SHG), mother, and wife. Her life is at the center of Transform Rural India’s (TRI) efforts to transform rural villages in India into places of equal opportunity. Gita was the starting point...

From ‘Empowerment’ to Releasing the Power – IMAGO’s Newsletter

The latest issue of The IMAGO Insider, our quarterly newsletter is here! From ‘Empowerment’ to Releasing the Power addresses issues of agency, multidimensional poverty, the role of government in addressing the challenges of poverty and the ‘missing middle’ in development. We apprecite this opportunity to share with you some of our most recent ideas, work...

SEWA Bens: Stories of Personal & Economic Transformation

This personal and profound narrative about members of the Self Employed Women’s Association is a part of a new series IMAGO is launching to bring the voices of those we are ultimately seeking to support into our story telling. Created, researched and developed by IMAGO Fellow and consultant Surili Sheth, who spent...