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Useful Links
 

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UN Organisations
 

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Bilateral Organisations
 

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State Government Health & Family Welfare websites
 

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NGO Links
 

  • Action Aid India: works with women, disadvantaged children, tribal peoples, the disabled, the homeless and those living with HIV/Aids.
  • Child in Need Institute, India: An NGO set up in Kokata in 1974 which works to achieve sustainable development, particularly in health, among poor communities living in the city of Kolkata, South 24 Parganas and surrounding areas.
  • CARE India: An international relief and development organization working in ten Indian States and focusing on a number of programmes including health, nutrition and population.
  • SarvSandesh India: Information sharing network for NGOs and social workers working to improve the lives and health of women in India.

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Comparable Databases
 

  • The Health Reform Database - The Health Reform Database (HEARD) is an initiative of the Public Health Promotion Centre (ZG), the health department of the German Foundation for international Development (DSE).
  • AdvanceAfrica Best Practices Compendium - The Best Practices Compendium provides an easily accessible database of proven practices to be used by program managers who have identified gaps, needs, and opportunities in their programs.
  • Implementing Best Practices (IBP) - The goal of the IBP Initiative is to improve access and quality of reproductive healthcare through a systematic approach focused on developing and supporting strategies that intraduce, adapt and apply evidence based practices in reproductive health.

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Miscellaneous
 

  • India-health.info - This site provides health information of India, its people, diseases, infrastructure, spending and outcomes.

  • Solution Exchange - Solution exchange is a new initiative of the United Nations Country Team in India that offers communities of development practitioners a forum where they can provide and benefit from each other's solutions to the day-to-day challenges they face.

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