With rising demand for modern and high-quality health services and severe fiscal constraints on public financing for health services, the private sector has expanded its presence in the healthcare sector across geographies. We are looking at the evidence of private sector governance approaches, effectiveness and enablers.
US–India Clean Energy Finance Initiative aims to mobilise small- and mid-scale distributed solar energy projects via grant-funded technical assistance. We did an evaluation study for the initiative.
The project is aimed at enabling health systems to be more gender equitable and responsive and supports action towards gender integration in health systems in the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar with a focus on healthcare providers.
Our study aims to inform accurate and timely results of skill development programme to stakeholders for financial decision-making and disbursement of funds, and also on lessons from the use of impact bond for skills development programme with a focus on gender based outcomes
We are carrying out a series of evaluation, learning and technical support activities as the monitoring, evaluation and learning partner for Templeton World Charity Foundation’s Global Innovations for Character Development Initiative.
Our work provides insights on specific tools and approaches to strengthen the capacities of public health officials in low- and middle-income country (LMIC) contexts.
We explored the potential of cities to contribute to India’s net zero emissions target and the financial, governance and legal barriers to realising this potential.
This project presents insights on mechanisms to curate context specific technical support for health systems strengthening.
The learning assessment will evaluate how capacities have been built and the strategies used by the TSUs to engage effectively with the government. The findings of the learning assessment will inform future Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation investments in the sector.