Streamlining the ASHA Incentive System in Uttar Pradesh: The ASHA Incentive Application

The Government of Uttar Pradesh, with support from the UP TSU, rolled out an IT-enabled real-time ASHA Incentive application to bring transparency and efficacy to the incentive system in Uttar Pradesh. This brief talks about the incentive system and how the digitalization of the process has helped in tracking and monitoring ASHA incentive payment and performance.

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Stakeholder perspectives on proposed policies to improve distribution and retention of doctors in rural areas of Uttar Pradesh, India

The Government of Uttar Pradesh is developing a Human Resources for Health strategy, which includes policies to address rural distribution & retention of government doctors in Uttar Pradesh. This paper throws light on the stakeholder analysis and results pertaining to rural distribution and retention of doctors in the government sector in the state.

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PAHAL Issue 13

PAHAL Issue 13 highlights the efforts of Government of Uttar Pradesh in conducting Skilled Birth Attendants (SBA) trainings, with support from UP TSU. This edition also includes the integration of PPIUCD training with SBA training for staff nurses and ANMs along with many more updates of
health.

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Understanding Frontline Mentors of Project MANCH

Project MANCH, supported by HCL Foundation, aims to improve the MNCH outcomes in tribal areas of Madhya Pradesh. One of the key drivers of the Project are the ASHA Supervisor Mentors (ASMs) who provide need-based supportive supervision & mentoring to ASHA Supervisors & ASHAs. This brief highlights the Group Session conducted to understand their personal gains & challenges & brainstorm on possible solutions & strategies to strengthen the intervention.

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System Design Support to Deliver Quality Drugs at Public Health Facilities in Uttar Pradesh

A well-functioning health system ensures equitable access and use of essential medical products with high quality & safety standards, along with being cost-effective. A system design to deliver quality drugs in public health facilities is critical. This note captures the system design changes done by the Government of Uttar Pradesh with the support of the UP TSU in establishing a well-functioning public health supply chain system.

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