Dilip’s understanding of the cultural norms and dynamics at the BoP has driven him to pursue social innovation as a non-dependent means to improve the outcomes of some of India’s poorest people. His social enterprise, Sukhibhava, works towards educating women about menstrual health and creating women micro-entrepreneurs within communities to drive adoption of low-cost clean menstrual products and lead behavior change, thereby reducing the number of women in India who don’t have access to proper menstrual hygiene practices.