• India needs a mission-like effort to improve nutrition and the health of its mothers and children

  • Focus on institutional deliveries, immunization and adequate nutrition can save lives of over a million children before they turn 5

  • An empowered front line health worker, an aware mother and a responsive public health system can together transform India’s health outcomes

  • Focus on institutional deliveries, immunization and adequate nutrition can save lives of over a million children before they turn 5

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Ashok Alexander: Aiming for charity on a grand scale

As the mega-czar of the Gates Foundation's anti-HIV campaign in India, Ashok Alexander brought together the management skills he had learnt as a McKinsey consultant and a war-chest of over $200 million. Now, he's trying to doing it all over again, but on a shoestring budget.

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Lessons in Nutrition

Most of summer of 2015 was spent in villages of Jhalawar, a district in Rajasthan. It was only a month that our flagship program, Akshada, was launched. The main objective of the program is to improve the maternal health, child health and nutrition indicators.

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