shortfall in public health systems1
increase in doctor to population ratio from 1/1681 (2015-16) to 1/1456 (2019-20)2
Indians without regular access to essential medicines3
PMBJP Kendra dispensing affordable medicines & surgical supplies established across the country4
Overall care and
delivered through private sector and informal providers5
Public facilities added in rural areas between 2005 and 20192
of total health expenditure is out of pocket expenditure6
citizens provided financial protection from catastrophic health expenses through PMJAY7
Achieve universal health coverage, including financial risk protection, access to quality essential health-care services and access to safe, effective, quality and affordable essential medicines and vaccines for all.
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention of the health workforce.
In collaboration with the University of Manitoba, we are dedicated to supporting the Government of Uttar Pradesh & Madhya Pradesh to strengthen their public health systems. We work together to identify bottlenecks in health systems, streamline process and advocate evidence-informed health policy changes to make the public health systems more responsive and effective.
We support in strengthening systems that enable availability of real-time accurate information on the entire health workforce.
We advocate for policies to address key issues related to availability of critical HR through improvement in recruitment and transfer processes, developing plans for effective task shifting, and in developing effective performance management systems.
We support the establishment and operationalisation of an institutional mechanism for procurement and distribution of quality equipment, drugs and supplies.
We support the roll out and strengthening of Logistics Management Information System to monitoring availability of drugs and commodities to ensure access to essential service and medicines.
We support in generation of timely information and evidence for decision making. We work towards improving quality of data collected on the Health Information Management Systems and other government data systems by establishing institutional mechanism for auditing the quality of data.
We further support the government to make informed decisions on programs and policies through quantitative and qualitative surveys.
We support the development of comprehensive digital health strategy and in roll out of Information Technology enabled solutions to streamline transactional processes, to improve data quality through data capture at source, for development of integrated systems for enabling primary health care and to disseminate real time information through health dashboards to improve efficiency of the health system.
We support in leveraging the private sector in augmenting the public sector for provision of essential health services through Public Private Partnerships. IHAT supports the contract management process and establishing mechanism for oversight of the partnerships.
Support in developing effective strategies for behaviour change communication and for translating best practices into programs at large scale.
The Directorate of Medical Health launched the “Rakshak” D2C campaign, with UPTSU’s support, in 18 high-risk LF districts to combat Lymphatic Filariasis. The primary goal was to boost awareness, dispel myths, and improve medicine adherence in rural and urban areas. The note highlights how digital segmentation was used for personalized messaging. The campaign also focused on enhancing ASHA workers’ skills for better community mobilization and counselling efforts.Read More
Project MANCH supports the Government of Madhya Pradesh in achieving the maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) outcomes of the state by identifying and addressing gaps in adequate coverage of the MNCH services in the tribal areas of the state. This assessment brief outlines the findings from a cross-sectional study conducted to identify challenges in the quality of MNCH services across the continuum of care at both community and facility level.Read More
UP TSU supported the Government of Uttar Pradesh in establishing the Regional Resource Training Centre (RRTC) program. The program engages faculty from government medical colleges for providing training and mentoring to government doctors and healthcare teams for CEmONC services. The program has expanded to 16 medical colleges across all 75 districts of Uttar Pradesh.Read More