Pallavi Bharadwaj

Pallavi is Engineering for Change's WASH Correspondent. When not writing for E4C, Pallavi is a program and project manager, consultant, and global development professional living in New York City. Her interests range from environmental causes to education, and her personal pursuits include entrepreneurship, food, travel and yoga.

Pallavi Bharadwaj

Period Poverty Occurs in the United States, Too

July 4, 2019

When you hear about the lack of menstrual hygiene knowledge, products and access you generally picture women and girls...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

Solutions for Resilience and Peace Building Across the World

May 30, 2019

About 90 percent of USAID’s water priority countries are conflict-affected or fragile. In 2018, over 60 million people around the world...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

Solutions to Keep Food on the Table in a Changing Climate

The world’s food production is in jeopardy because the fertile layer of soil that people depend on to plant crops is...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

Saving mothers, Giving Life: One Solution at a Time

May 22, 2019

“Saving Mothers, Giving Life has undeniably raised the bar in how we address maternal perinatal mortality,” said Dr. Florina...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

India’s Universal Power Supply May Be Only a Subsidy Policy Away

May 13, 2019

India has almost achieved the historic goal of connecting every household to the electricity grid. The next challenge is...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

The Circular Economy Can Solve Food and Water Problems in Rajasthan, Malawi and the World

March 22, 2019

I lived in the western Indian state of Rajasthan for most of 2006-07. To say that it quickly became...

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There’s a Better Way to Manage Human Waste

March 13, 2019

I come from the highest caste of Brahmins in India. India has always been a caste-based society, historically divided...

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Pallavi Bharadwaj

I Experienced the Same Taboos as the Women in the Documentary ‘Period. End of Sentence’

March 1, 2019

Period. End of Sentence, a short film on menstrual hygiene from India, beat eight other international contenders to win...

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