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Jul 08, 2016 Launching a book on Bhagat Singh, one of India’s greatest freedom fighters, Kejriwal reiterates his resolve for corruption-free and transparent governance. Read more
Mar 09, 2016 The book features inspirational stories of 50 women who have emerged as a game changer in the field of corporate leadership, entrepreneurship, social work, sports, films, theatre and arts. Read more
Jan 22, 2016 Literature talks at the latest edition of Jaipur Lit Fest are all set to imbibe development hues with a series of book launches. Read more
Jul 15, 2016 This case study conducted by Ashok Kumar at OneWorld Foundation India has been developed to showcase the outcomes of technical assistance provided to various health facilities identified by the state government to make quality improvements, and help them reach Family Friendly Hospital Initiative (FFHI) and National Quality Assurance Standards certification levels.

The case study draws from internal documents and conversations with internal stakeholders. Information from the ground was gathered through a field trip to four health facilities including Pandaul and Rahika in Madhubani district, and Dumraon and Shahpur in Bhojpur district. This included some in-depth personal interviews and group discussions with external stakeholders.

These facilities were selected as examples of facilities to get a mix of both ‘high’ performing and ‘low’ performing facilities. The health facilities of different standards and certifications were selected in order to draw a comparison and see how certification mechanisms contribute to improving the health systems.
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Jul 13, 2016 The findings in the study are relevant for the US, India, Pakistan, and many other countries, low-, middle-, and high-income countries alike where achievement of diabetes care goals is suboptimal and where health disparities are common. Read more
Jul 11, 2016 This case study conducted by OneWorld Foundation India has been developed to describe the Solar-based Mini Piped Water Supply Scheme that was supported by SWASTH.The case study draws from internal documents and conversations with different stakeholders. Information from the ground was gathered through a field trip to Dobhi and Bodh Gaya blocks of Gaya district in Bihar.

The field work included some personal interviews and group discussions with external stakeholders. These blocks were selected because the initiative was reported to have brought about some changes there since its implementation.
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