Stories of Change

  • There are few immunization issues more important than the storage and handling of vaccines. Here’s how Balod district in Chhattisgarh became a model vaccine store

  • In an interview with UNDP, V Kiran Gopal, Mission Director, National Health Mission in Madhya Pradesh says that since the introduction of eVIN, the central Indian state has been able to effectively manage vaccine inventories across the state, an exciting step in the country’s efforts to immunize every mother and child that requires it.

  • Living with Dignity; HIV-sensitive Social Protection in India

    UNDP in partnership with India’s National AIDS Control Organisation (NACO) and state AIDS Control Societies, has implemented a multi-pronged strategy to strengthen social protection to support affected communities in becoming resilient and coping better with the impact of HIV. Its supported states like Rajasthan, in taking steps to extend social protection to people living with HIV. As of 2015, over 9,00,000 people infected and affected by HIV have benefited from the government’s social protection schemes including pensions, scholarships, subsidized travel allowances to treatment centres and food subsidies.

  • People, Processes and Products: Intelligent Vaccine Management in India

    On a three-day visit to India, GAVI CEO Seth Berkley witnessed first hand, a technological innovation that’s making it possible to effectively and efficiently track vaccines in the country.

  • At a two-day training in Madhya Pradesh, healthcare workers were introduced to eVIN, an electronic vaccination intelligence network system that will enable healthcare workers to effectively manage vaccine logistics and have real-time information on availability of vaccines. The electronic vaccine tracking system has been developed as part of a UNDP partnership with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, which aims to improve vaccine coverage in India.

  • In a first-of-its-kind initiative to build capacities of health professionals and strengthen public healthcare system in the country, the Health and Family Welfare department of the Government of the National Capital Territory of Delhi signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with UNDP. As part of the MoU, UNDP will provide training to 50 doctors and other staff members of the government in Supply Chain Management and Procurement processes.

  • Delegates from eight countries of the League of Arab Nations, Bhutan, Kenya, Myanmar and Uganda interacted with Election Officials from Himachal Pradesh, the district administration and local voters to better understand how India’s mountain state is preparing to secure the votes of 4.8 million people.

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