Health Care Development in Backward Districts of Maharashtra
The government commissioned CEHAT to undertaken an assessment of health and nutrition in the three most backward districts of Maharashtra, namely Yavatmal, Jalna and Nandurbar as a follow up to issues which had emerged in the Human Development Report 2002. The assessment identified key issues of concern in health and nutrition based on field assessment across the districts and suggested a strategy for action. This study was part of a larger study which looked into a wide rage of social and development issues and was coordinated by Indira Gandhi Institute of Development and Research.
Supported by:National Commission on Macro Economics and Health, Government of India