- September 3, 2019Read more
An internship at Athena Infonomics allows you to develop, both professionally and by creating an impact in people’s everyday lives through the use of data. It offers a 360 degree view of the development sector, allowing you to contribute to projects for some very prestigious clients....
- September 30, 2019Read more
We participated in our first World Water Week in Stockholm. We began with a presentation at the Sustainable Sanitation Alliance (SuSanA28) on our FSM Toolbox and spent the week meeting our partners and fellow WASH enthusiasts. Our co-founder Deepa Karthykeyan even had the privilege of meeting...
- August 29, 2019Read more
The drought that India has suffered in recent weeks shows that water security has become a major challenge in the country. Women are more acutely affected by drought, particularly those living in rural areas. This results in deepened gender inequalities in education, work and health. One...
- August 16, 2019Read more
Swachh Bharat Mission (SBM) has made significant strides over the last five years by providing underserved areas with access to toilets and encouraging their sustainable use. As we chart the course ahead for SBM, it is imperative that along with onsite sanitation systems, there needs to...
- August 9, 2019Read more
We’re looking forward to our participation in the upcoming World Water Week in Stockholm. In anticipation of the event, we would like to share some of our work with our fellow WASH enthusiasts! Athena Infonomics’ experience covers a variety of thematic areas such as urban water...
KEEP IN TOUCH
- Final Report: Understanding Demand and Funding for Piped-Water Supply in Mandalay City
- City Wide Inclusive Sanitation Service Assessment and Planning Tool
- Fundraising Strategy for Smile Train
- Sustainable Farmer Producer Organizations for Improved Agricultural Productivity and Farmer Livelihoods
- Affordable Green Housing Finance India – Market Research and Development of Business Case
- Barriers to Women Adopting Decision-Making Roles in Sanitation-Related Public Bodies and Attitudinal Differences Between Male and Female Decision-Makers