Public health

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Globally, the healthcare sector is witnessing rapid growth. Expanding the coverage of basic healthcare services to cope with emerging diseases continues to pose a major challenge across most developing countries.

Sambodhi’s extensive experience, research and thought leadership has been helping businesses, governments, and other stakeholders in the healthcare industry to measure efficacy and efficiency of interventions using data-driven evidence for better policies.

Monitoring, Learning, and Evaluation of the Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit, RMNCH+A and MIYCN strategy – Phase I

In December 2012, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Government of Uttar Pradesh (GoUP) to increase the uptake and improve the quality of maternal and child health services in the state.

MLE Support and Strategic Evaluation of the Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit for Public Health Programme (RMNCH+A Component) – Phase II

Sambodhi evaluated all the sub-interventions under the umbrella of the Technical Support Unit (TSU). We evaluated healthcare systems to ensure the successful implementation and integration of critical Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health (RMNCH) and nutrition services.

Conducting evaluation studies for the Breaking the Barrier project (BTB) in selected districts of Karnataka, Telangana, Bihar, and Assam

Breaking the Barrier (BTB) is a community engagement project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID/India) to expedite TB eradication efforts in India. The project will be implemented in vulnerable communities across Karnataka, Telangana, Bihar, and Assam by Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT).

Study on the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on Medical Healthcare Workers (MHWs) in Mumbai city, India

Sambodhi conducted a mixed-method, cross-sectional study to assess the impact of COVID-19 on the overall wellbeing of Medical Healthcare Workers (MHW) in Mumbai city, identify gaps, and share countermeasures with relevant stakeholders.

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Evaluation of Centrally Sponsored Schemes in Package 2- Women and Child Development Sector

This study intended to capture the broader canvas of effectiveness, efficiency, impact, scope for skill developments, value additions, and opportunities to bring innovation and sustainability across WCD schemes, thereby assessing the overall sectoral impact on the national economy.

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Support to Alliance for Saving Mothers and New-borns (ASMAN)

The study seeks to reduce the Neo-natal Mortality Rate (NMR) and Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) through an innovative facility-based intervention that would provide quality care during the first critical 48-60 hours of delivery.