Rural India has abundant natural resources and immense vernacular knowledge. The time-tested Knowledge of our Rural People – Farmers, Artisans, Forest Dwellers and Women is a huge asset which ought to be used to progress towards a humane and ecological world. Probably, in implementing development programs of housing, sanitation, livelihoods, one could create immense value by operating in the framework of grassroots creativity, frugal innovation, sustainable design and interconnectedness.Explore His Work
Dr. Chariar suggests Sanitation in India as an opportunity to unleash disruptive technology at UNDP’s Social Good Summit 2014.
Dr. Chariar speaks about his Fulbright experience with the United States India Educational Foundation (USIEF)