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Objectives: To experiment and demonstrate the impact of social determinants of health on the health status of the urban poor Programmes: Pre-school non-formal education.
Saksham Pravaah* Saksham Pravaah is a TISS project that implements counselling services for Drug Resistant (DR) TB patients in collaboration with the Mumbai District Tuberculosis (TB) Control Society (MDTCS). The programme supported by the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria was initiated in August 2014 as an extension of the HIV counselling capacity building initiative. Saksham means "Capable" or “Self- reliant” in Sanskrit. The goal of this project is: To strengthen the TB control programme of the MDTCS by providing counselling services for DR TB patients, and TB-HIV co-infected patients and their home caregivers, in select wards of Mumbai ...
This is being organised for the Ministry of Health and0 Family Welfare, GoI, in partnership with WHO. The survey will visit over 70,000 households randomly selected across rural and urban areas of 30 states and two union territories.
This is sponsored by USAID with and through the Public Health Foundation of India. Project outputs include a state health accounts for Maharashtra, a process and outcome evaluation of RGJAY - the state government’s publicly announced health insurance scheme, and a study of out of pocket expenditures, morbidity and mortality patterns along with stakeholder discussions leading to the identication of priorities under Universal Health Cover.
This research project critically analysed the information that is available from di erent existing data sources and developed framework for measuring progress towards the health goal of the SDGs and changes in health equity. This project includes an understanding of what must be done to make these data sources more reliable and equity sensitive.
To conduct a study to generate evidence on service delivery models for different parts of the country with a focus on organisation of human resources, work processes and referral support. This project is funded by WHO (India).
This programme started on November 25, 2016 and is also funded by WHO (India).
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