Around the world, the pandemic is all anyone can talk about. All eyes are on the
spread of the virus. The crisis is challenging families, communities, health care systems, and governments.
This page brings together several initiatives and response measures by IPE Global through its various
projects to help manage and mitigate the virus risk.
Through IPE Global's Partnerships for Affordable Healthcare Access and Longevity (PAHAL) project, USAID India to support the National Health Authority in establishing Blending Financial Facility in order to mobilise resources from private sector to assist over 20,000 health facilities enrolled under Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana.
COVID-19 has presented a challenging situation where the need for communication & staying connected is of utmost importance. In this crisis, a specific cadre of Nutrition workers under the RajPusht project are ensuring to help create awareness about preventive measures during the pandemic.
The central government has clarified that this self-reliant policy does not aim to be protectionist in nature and doesn’t intend to cut off from rest of the world. As part of the Atmanirbhar Bharat package, numerous government decisions have taken place such as changing the definition of MSMEs, boosting scope for participation in various sectors.
An update on the crisis shared by our health team that leverages existing state and district level assignment to integrate COVID-19 response measures. The team is conducting set of activities such as strengthening infection prevention control, increasing precautions, tracking cases and mitigating the infection risk.
Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI), a health initiative between Government of India and Norway and State Health Society of Bihar to support the Government of Bihar to develop AI based solution.
While Andhra Pradesh has been recording over 10,000 cases every day for last five days, Chandigarh’s average growth rate of Covid-19 cases at 4.6% has also surpassed the current growth rate of Delhi (0.8%) and Maharashtra (2.4 %). The current national average of daily growth of covid-19 cases is around 3.25%.