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Decoding Universal Health Coverage with Dr. Nachiket Mor: Part 2

In Part 2 of our discussion on Universal Health Coverage, host Rathish Balakrishnan and guest Dr Nachiket Mor dive into the need to define the right problems while taking a digital public goods approach to UHC, challenges with financing, and lessons from other countries. They also discuss how the private

Decoding Universal Health Coverage with Dr. Nachiket Mor: Part 1

Globally, universal health coverage (UHC) has been highlighted as an important goal, because of its close links to poverty reduction and potential to enhance the economic growth of countries. From public to private health care, across primary, secondary, and tertiary care, and whether we look at the challenges and opportunities

Community Led Monitoring: Achieving Impact in Round 1

The National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO), Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India (GoI), is committed to India achieving its 95:95:95 targets by 2030. GoI’s goal is supported by The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). As

How can Technological Solutions Strengthen the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain?

Pharmaceutical production in India has been a formidable force for healthcare, so much so that no written report ever fails to eulogise India as the “pharmacy of the world”. Despite the prowess of Indian pharmaceutical industries in manufacturing affordable generic medicines, poor quality and unavailability of essential drugs, vaccines, and

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Building Resilient Primary Health Care Systems in India

Primary health care (PHC) is defined as a whole-of-society approach to health to ensure a high quality level of health and well-being and its equitable distribution, by focusing on people’s needs and as early as possible. This is intended for across the care continuum, from health promotion and disease prevention,

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Unveiling the Nutritional Landscape of India

Malnutrition in India is a multifaceted issue, encompassing both undernutrition and overnutrition. According to the State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World 2022 Report, around 224.3 million Indians are undernourished. Inadequate access to diverse and healthy diets causes micronutrient deficiencies, especially in children and women. Nutrition has gained

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