• 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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It takes a village: Components of the Indian public health ecosystem

Ashok thinks of India’s public health as an ecosystem with inter-linked components, necessary to achieve the goal of universal healthcare. What are these components that need to work together for the Indian public health system to realise its potential?

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Fellowship diaries: Adolescent girls driving community acceptance

Our fellow Aditi Rao works on Jagori Kishori, our adolescent girls program in Jhalawar and Baran districts of Rajasthan. In this post, she chronicles stories of three girls who have inspired her

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