As a development professional, Suvojit is interested in working on issues of governance and development practice. Currently, he writes a regular column for the online edition of the Mint, a leading business newspaper in India. He has previously worked as a Senior Consultant in the Development Sector Practice of KPMG India where he focused on engagements in the areas of programme design, organisational capacity development, monitoring and evaluation. Prior to this, he was Deputy Country Director of Innovations for Poverty Action in Ghana. He has provided technical and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) support to the implementation of development projects – something he considers to be the perfect vehicle to approach and then delve into development programmes. Suvojit earned an undergraduate degree in Economics from Shri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi and two masters’ degrees from the Institute of Rural Management, Anand, India and the Institute of Development Studies, Sussex, UK.
- Why do sanitation campaigns fail?
- The false dichotomy among sanitation-for-all advocates
- Technology Alone Will Not Save the World: Lessons from the 2015 Gates Letter
- Despite the Growth, India Needs its Activists
- Accessing the Inaccessible
- The Challege of Doing Development Differently
- Sanitation For All: Ignore Quality at Your Own Peril
- Enforcing Accountability in Decision-Making
- The Need to Improve Administrative Data
- Allowing ‘Revisibility’ in Decision-Making
- Redefining the Roles of NGOs
- Competing Approaches to Social Accountability
- 'Going Public' with Decisionmaking
- Policy Implementation: A Research Agenda
- ‘Relevant Reasons’ in Decision-Making (3 of 3)
- Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm (2 of 2)
- Have Evidence, Will… Um, Erm?