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India - Program & Service Delivery

DateJuly 11, 2012

India commits to continuing to implement mother and child web-enabled tracking system to monitor timely delivery of full complement of services to pregnant women and children. More than 40 million pregnant women and children are already registered. The country will provide post-partum IUCD services and placing dedicated FP counselors in public health facilities with heavy caseloads of deliveries. It will distribute contraceptives at the community level through 860,000 community health workers and 150,000 rural health sub-centers and will train 200,000 health workers to provide IUDs.

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India - Financial

DateJuly 11, 2012

Expenditure on family planning alone out of the total reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (RMNCH+A) budget is expected to exceed US $2 billion from 2012 to 2020. India will mobilize domestic resources without dependence on external aid and will invest increased resources in the National Rural Health Mission, the largest public health program in the world. India will implement the National Urban Health Mission, which has a special focus on the poor. The country will continue implementation of costed plans for reproductive health and child health including family planning national, sub-national, and district levels, with the goal of scaling up investments and service delivery in 264 districts with particularly weak public health indicators.

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India - Policy & Political

DateJuly 11, 2012

India will include family planning as a central element of its efforts to achieve Universal Health Coverage. Through the largest public health program in the world, the National Rural Health Mission and the upcoming National Urban Health Mission, addressing equity, ensuring quality, including adolescents and integration into the continuum of care are slated to be the cornerstones of the new strategy. The centre-piece of its strategy on family planning will be a shift from limiting to spacing methods, and an expansion of choice of methods, especially intrauterine devices.

India commits to continuing to develop indigenous public and private sector capacity to manufacture the entire range of family planning commodities for domestic use and for export. The country will provide family planning services and supplies free of cost to 200 million couples and 234 million adolescents, utilizing the extensive public health network in collaboration with civil society organizations and the private sector. India will strengthen health systems including creation of physical infrastructure, augmentation of human resources at all levels, assured drugs, supplies and logistics, mobile medical units to take health services to remotest areas and increased attention to social determinants of health.

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