Data, drivers, and decisions: A 3D look at maternal and child health in northern India

Step into the shoes of those working for maternal and child health in India’s largest state, Uttar Pradesh. Why might a mother of five with minimal income not use family planning? How does a health worker decide whom in the community to visit? And how can a large investment from a major donor help the state improve health?

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Teaching Cases

Program worker

Program Perspective

March 22, 2018
Trace the steps of the Gates-funded Technical Support Unit as it works with the state government to reduce mortality and increase contraceptive use. Where does it succeed, and where does it fall short? Read more about Program Perspective

Background Papers

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