Authors: Aishwarya Narayan, Lakshay Narang, Aarushi Gupta, Beni Chugh & Indradeep Ghosh.
During the last eighteen months, the Social Safety Initiative and the Way forward for Finance Initiative at Dvara Analysis have labored extensively to know the design and workings of open digital ecosystems adopted to ship social safety in India. We now current to you a report and an accompanying, shorter abstract, that unpack
s Social Safety Open Digital Ecosystems (SP-ODEs) utilizing a framework that places citizen centricity at its core.
This physique of labor seeks to (i) present readers with a nuanced understanding of an archetypal SP-ODE by a schematic illustration of its numerous elements, (ii) lay down a set of attributes that comprise a blueprint for constructing citizen-centric SP-ODEs, (iii) present a framework of design options that operationalizes the above attributes, and lastly, (iv) use this framework to construct case research of stay SP-ODEs in India.
The framework for constructing citizen-centric SP-ODEs advantages from a rigorous overview of literature on issues for designing tech-based social safety supply programs in low to center earnings nations. It has additionally been formed by the views of assorted stakeholders, starting from these concerned in architecting such ecosystems to those that are invested in understanding frictions confronted by residents on the final mile. It’s then utilized to explain three stay SP-ODEs in India – the Jan Aadhaar Yojana of Rajasthan, the Antyodaya Saral of Haryana and the Samagra Samajik Suraksha Mission of Madhya Pradesh. Making use of our framework to explain these case research permits us to establish how these programs can additional bolster citizen centricity of their design. It additionally shines mild on finest practices for designing citizen-centric SP-ODEs which may be useful for constructing SP-ODEs elsewhere within the nation and in jurisdictions just like India.
The complete report is on the market right here.
A shorter abstract of the report is on the market right here.
Cite this report:
Narayan, A., Narang, L., Gupta, A., Chugh, B., & Ghosh, I. (2023). State of Open Digital Ecosystems for Social Safety (SP-ODEs) in India. Retrieved from Dvara Analysis.
Aishwarya Narayan, Lakshay Narang, Aarushi Gupta, Beni Chugh & Indradeep Ghosh. “State of Open Digital Ecosystems for Social Safety (SP-ODEs) in India.” 2023. Dvara Analysis.
Aishwarya Narayan, Lakshay Narang, Aarushi Gupta, Beni Chugh & Indradeep Ghosh. 2023. “State of Open Digital Ecosystems for Social Safety (SP-ODEs) in India.” Dvara Analysis.