India Program Profile

The SHOPS project implemented a three-year program in India, funded by the United States Agency for International Development, from September 2012 to September 2015. The program built on market-based approaches developed and tested in the USAID/India-funded Market-Based Partnerships for Health project. It had three overarching goals: (1) refine and scale up three commercial sector partnership models for improving access to, and use of, health products among base-of-the-pyramid populations; (2) implement an improved tuberculosis treatment model that connects the public and private health sectors with communities; and (3) continue supporting the Dimpa network, scaling up successful and innovative components across the network. This profile presents the goals, components, results, and lessons from the SHOPS program in India.

Author

SHOPS Project

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
December 2015
Resource Types
Program Profile
Country
India
Health Area
Child Health
Family Planning
Maternal Health
Tuberculosis
Keywords
Asia
contraceptives
diarrhea
injectables
market-based approaches
maternal and child health
public-private partnerships
reproductive health
zinc
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