Health, Nutrition and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (HNWASH)
A productive, meaningful life and healthy economies depend on access to quality and affordable health care. However, in many developing countries, this continues to remain a challenge along with, balanced diet, safe water, and basic sanitation, especially for the poor and disadvantaged.
We understand that investments in HNWASH, with a focus on the underserved, can transform people’s lives. Building resilient
health systems to provide people with sustainable, affordable, and quality healthcare is the cornerstone of our strategy
for achieving good impact. We work with national and state governments, development partners, civil society organisations,
private sector, and other key stakeholders through an evidence-based approach to strengthen health systems, improve the supply
chain, implement digital health solutions, advocate social and behaviour change, and address healthcare financing challenges.
HEALTH NUTRITION & WASH
Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health
Communicable Diseases (HIV, TB, COVID) including areas of Antimicrobial Resistance, Epidemic Control and Disease Surveillance
Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene (WASH)
Health Systems Strengthening & Innovative Financing Solutions
Innovations, Technology and AI based Solutions
HEALTH NUTRITION & WASH
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.
The Royal Norwegian Embassy
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.