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Project Management Agency (PMA): Supporting the implementation of Meghalaya Health Systems Strengthening Project (MHSSP)

Aimed at strengthening health services in the state, IPE Global is providing project management support for implementing the MHSSP project with guidance from Department of Health and Family Welfare, Meghalaya. The MHSSP intends to improve accountability, quality and utilisation of health services in Meghalaya, especially among public facilities at Primary Health Center (PHC), Community Health Center (CHC) and District Hospital (DH) levels.


Partnerships for Affordable Healthcare, Access, and Longevity (PAHAL): Strengthening & scaling market-based healthcare solutions for underserved urban communities

Aimed at improving access to affordable and quality healthcare for the poor, PAHAL was USAID, India and IPE Global’s flagship innovation in financing platform.

Facilitation of Safe Delivery App increases knowledge on obstetric and neonatal care among frontline health workers in India
SAMRIDH strides captures initiative to leverage affordable capital for businesses and innovators to strengthen healthcare systems
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Norway India Partnership Initiative: Promoting health in India and addressing health concerns of national and global importance

Providing strategic, catalytic, and innovative support to India’s National Health Mission (NHM), NIPI is testing scalable interventions in Bihar, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Jammu and Kashmir.


Systems Approach for MNCH focusing on Vulnerable Geographies in India (SAMVEG): Developing responsive innovations for health systems strengthening

Aimed at filling the critical gaps in the health sector, Systems Approach for MNCH focusing on Vulnerable Geographies (SAMVEG), a follow up on USAID’s flagship project Vriddhi, encourages innovations, scale-up & sustenance of interventions to improve Maternal, Newborn & Child Health (MNCH) outcomes in identified vulnerable geographies of India.


National Public Health Support Programme (NPSP): Outsourcing of payrolling, management and administration of field monitors


Aimed at providing technical support for the surveillance of polio and mass vaccination campaigns, WHO in collaboration with the Government of India (GoI), established the ‘National Polio Surveillance Project’ (NPSP) in 1997.


The India Hypertension Control Initiative (IHCI): Developing a high-impact, low-cost solution


Aimed at reducing death and disability due to CVDs, the India Hypertension Control Initiative (IHCI) sought to improve the control of hypertension, reduce salt consumption, and eliminate artificial trans-fats — the leading risk factors for CVDs.


Midwifery Care Programme through a Central Coordination Unit (CCU): Providing technical support for implementation


Aimed at operationalising the midwifery initiative in the country, WHO is providing normative support to develop technical guidance documents, support training of first batch of nurse practitioners in midwifery education, monitor framework for midwifery programme, and techno-managerial support at national level through a Midwifery Central Coordination Unit (CCU).


Short Programme Review: Developing a guide to evaluate progress on Reproductive, Maternal, Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH)


Aimed at reviewing the progress on RMNCAH, the Short Programme Review (SPR) is an evidence-based evaluation to help assess and readjust the programme/policy course at the national and sub-national level to achieve goals and objectives, wherein data is available on programme implementation and delivery.

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The UK-India Digital Health Landscape Analysis: Focusing on healthcare in the digital world

FCDO/British High Commission

Aimed at improving the digital health landscape, the United Kingdom and India have committed to work together to promote “joint research and policy engagement on health data for predictive and precision healthcare focusing on machine learning and artificial intelligence”, as part of 2030 Roadmap.


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