The three finalist groups will present their project plans and a jury will award the grand prize of $40,000.
"We are all passionate about providing an energy solution for those who need it the most," says Kasey Wang, Harvard Law School student, about Torr Energy, one of the student group finalists in SAI's Seed For Change Competition.
"This 1,400 year-old event can teach us something about contemporary challenges," said Tarun Khanna, SAI, HBS, in a TEDx talk he gave in Mumbai.
This is part of a recurring series in which we share reports from Harvard students who have traveled to South Asia with support from a SAI grant during the winter session. Click here to read more reports from students. By Anne Shrestha, MPA-ID ’16 Harvard Kennedy School Research work for Second Year Policy Analysis: Electricity Crisis in Nepal Going home this…
This year's Symposium will feature conversations on the topic of democracy across South Asia.