Scaling Health Coverage, Quality, and Innovation Through the Public Sector

Three lessons from a long-term partnership to reach more than 100 million people with better health care in India.

India bears the largest share of neonatal and child deaths, and the second-largest share of maternal deaths globally. While the country has made considerable progress in reducing mortality rates, it will have to significantly accelerate progress over the next 10 years to reach the targets for the 2030 Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) related to preventing neonatal and maternal deaths. A major impediment to this goal is the disparate performance of the Indian primary health-care system across geographies and providers.

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