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The KPP envisages production and dissemination of high quality research and analysis products, sharing Indian and global evidence on policies that impact development outcomes. KPP supports the following three strategic objectives: Gathering and uptake of evidence on issues central to India's national development that have potential for replication in Low Income Countries (LICs). Gathering and uptake of evidence on issues central to India's national development having significant impacts on global poverty. Promote sharing of Indian evidence, bes [...]

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This paper outlines India’s policies, programmes, achievements and challenges in addressing food and nutrition security, explores what lessons India has to offer to Low Income Countries, and forums for such knowledge sharing.

SUBJECT: nutrition

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This summary report informs on the journey of knowledge transfer on decentralised energy access from India to Africa and other Asian countries, the outcomes and the next steps.

SUBJECT: natural resources management

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This report describes processes adopted for the successful transfer of green brick making technology from India to Malawi and captures the holistic approach used.

SUBJECT: natural resources management; natural forests; nature reserves

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Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are engines of economic growth, providing livelihoods to large populations in South Asian countries. However, over exploitation of natural resources can severely impact sustainability of industrial production systems. This paper looks at the opportunities for clean growth in the textile, brick and steel re-rolling industries sectors by reducing carbon and wa ...

SUBJECT: natural resources management

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Owing to the direct linkage between access to energy and poverty, there was a need to bring together energy actors to discuss the feasibility of numerous entrepreneurship models that could help bridge this gap at the bottom of the pyramid. The experience available in India provides an opportunity to exchange knowledge with developing countries and has the potential to accelerate access through ...

SUBJECT: renewable energy

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Achieving food and nutrition security requires addressing aspects of availability, access, affordability, absorbability and adequacy. The journey offers lessons for others grappling with issues for which India has found some answers through policies, programmes, institutional frameworks and legislation for a Right to Food.

SUBJECT: food resources; nutrition policies

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The year 2015 may well go down as a landmark year, with the adoption of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and some agreements at the Conference of Parties (COP) 21. Expectations from both are huge. Knowledge exchange and transfer will be key for achieving the expectations of both. For this, partnerships within and between countries as mentioned in Goal 17 of the SDGs will be imperative ...

SUBJECT: bricks; malawi; technology transfer; technology; deforestation

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One of the most serious challenges for addressing global food security is adequate food production. According to the UN, food output must grow by 60 per cent to feed a population of nine billion or more in 2050. Food production systems are complex. Production of food requires considerable inputs of energy and water, resources over which there are conflicting demands. Already, agriculture acc ...

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