Using Supply- and Demand-Side Strategies to Improve Maternal and Child Health in Bihar, India: Process Evaluation Findings
Publisher: Princeton, NJ: Mathematica Policy Research
Dec 05, 2014
The Ananya program in Bihar, India, has implemented both supply- and demand-side strategies to improve coverage and uptake of maternal and child health, reproductive health, and nutrition services. This report summarizes the results of a process study of the program, which gathered information on the main successes and challenges associated with implementation and elicited lessons related to the sustainability of key interventions.
Bihar, India: Measurement Learning and Evaluation for the Family Health Initiative
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
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