Health Systems, Maternal and Child Health
Maternal and Child Health
Abusaleh Shariff, Chief Scholar of the US-India Policy Institute, has undertaken an analysis of 3 important ways to improve the health of women and children in Rajasthan: expanding immunisation programmes for children, raising awareness of the benefits of breastfeeding, providing cash incentives to mothers to attend ante-natal care appointments.
Written by PR Sodani, Neeraj Sharma, Md Mahbub Hossain, SD Gupta, and DK Mangal of IIHMR University, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India this paper examines 4 key interventions to improve the quality of health systems in Rajasthan: (1) Expand urban ambulance network, (2) Expand rural ambulance network, (3) Improved maternal and neonatal health care, and (4) Family planning for unmet need.
Written by William Joe, Assistant Professor, Institute of Economic Growth, Delhi, Abhishek Kumar, Research Scholar, Central University of Gujarat, Gandhinagar, and S.V. Subramanian, Professor of Population Health and Geography, Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences, Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health this paper examines 5 key interventions to improve nutrition in Rajasthan: (1) Package of nutrition based interventions, (2) Education for complementary feeding and hand-washing, (3) Supplementary food for mother and child, (4) Micronutrients for pregnant women at ANC visits, and (5) Treatment for children with severe acute malnutrition.
Sector Expert Consultation
On 1st November 2017, the sector expert consultation on the health system, maternal and child health was held at Indian Institute of Health Management Research University at Jaipur. The consultation was divided into two parts to brainstorm on maternal and child health as well as the health system in Rajasthan. A total of 29 sector experts participated in the consultation.
Ranking Solutions in Terms of Social Value for Money
Learn how the interventions to improve health systems, maternal, and child health in Rajasthan compare to policy options across other social sectors in terms of social, economic and environmental benefits per rupee spent.