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Strengthening the Health Management Information System: Pilot Assessment of Data Quality in Five Districts of India

The Government of India’s Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) places rigorous emphasis on evidence-based planning, monitoring, and supervision of public health services. Generation and use of reliable, quality health data is crucial for improving the quality of health services, especially to achieve the maternal and child health goals aimed for under the strategic […]

Understanding the Satisfaction, Perceptions, and Expectations of Clients of Public Health Facilities: A Service Quality Assessment Pilot

Resource Type: Brief Authors: Alia Kauser and Kavita Sharma Published: 6/1/16 Resource Description:  Taking quality health care to the farthest corners of the country is at the heart of the Government of India’s public health policy and programming. The National Health Mission’s reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCH+A) strategic approach underscores the need to ensure […]

Working with System of Health Accounts, 2011: Orientation, Discussion, and Next Steps

India conducted two National Health Accounts (NHA) exercises on data from 2001/02 and 2004/05. However, most health budgeting and spending in India is done by state-level government, which is why it was necessary to create state-level health accounts. The HFG project in India hosted a three-day (May 18-20, 2015) orientation on estimating HA using the […]

HAPSAT HAITI: The Sustainability of OVC Programs

Resource Type: Report Authors: Elaine Baruwa, Darwin Young, Asha Sharma, and Rachelle Cassagnol Published: 3/1/2011 Resource Description: This report provides an in-depth sustainability analysis on the costs and types of care provided to orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) by PEPFAR-funded implementing partners. It describes and analyzes the range of interventions being delivered by four partners. The costs from […]

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