Health, Nutrition and Water, Sanitation & Hygiene (WASH)
Quality and affordable health care is the foundation to leading a productive, fulfilling life, and enabling strong economies. However, in many developing countries, access to quality and affordable health care, balanced diet, safe water, and basic sanitation remains a challenge especially for the poor and disadvantaged.
We understand that investments in HNWASH, with a focus on the underserved, can transform lives. At the heart of our approach to delivering positive impact is building resilient health systems to provide sustainable, affordable, and quality healthcare to people.
We work with national and state governments, development partners, civil society organisations private sector and other key stakeholders through evidence-based approach to strengthen health systems, improve supply chain, implement digital health solutions, advocate social and behaviour change and address healthcare financing challenges.
HEALTH NUTRITION & WASH
Reproductive, Maternal, New-born, Child and Adolescent Health
Neglected Tropical Diseases (like Malaria, Kala Azar, etc)
Communicable Diseases (HIV, TB, COVID) including areas of Antimicrobial Resistance, Epidemic Control and Disease Surveillance
COVID-19 Management and Relief
Non-Communicable Diseases (like Hypertension, Diabetes and Mental Health)
Health Systems Strengthening Innovative Financing Solutions
Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)
Innovations, Technology and AI based Solutions
HEALTH NUTRITION & WASH
The Royal Norwegian Embassy
Norway India Partnership Initiative (NIPI)
NIPI aims to provide strategic, catalytic, and innovative support to India’s National Health Mission (NHM) by testing scalable interventions in four high focus states of Bihar...
10 of 11
Scale-up of 10 of 11 NIPI Innovations with Government of India
Newborns & 5000+ Mothers Reached
Health Functionaries Trained
SAMVEG aims to fill critical gaps in health systems, encourage innovations, scale-up & sustain interventions to improve Maternal, Newborn...
Pregnant Mothers and 3.1 Million+ infants to be given equitable access to MNCH services
Children (under the age of 5) to benefit from scale-up of MNCH good practices
Enhanced capacity building for public and private sector stakeholders
India’s first healthcare focused blended finance facility, SAMRIDH aims to catalyse market solutions and innovations to improve access to affordable and quality...
Mobilised through India’s First Healthcare Blended Finance Facility
Medical Staff, Community Health Workers & Nurses Trained
Health Facilities Reached