Improving health in India
Updated publication shows how the school is working in partnership to address critical health challenges.
India is now a global power, however millions of people still suffer from preventable infectious diseases and malnutrition, and the increasingly urban population faces an emerging epidemic of non-communicable diseases including mental health problems.
School researchers have been engaged with partners in India for many decades, and we are now working with government agencies, universities, entrepreneurs, NGOs and community groups, inspired by a common vision to build effective health systems that provide access to diagnosis, treatment and care for all.
This publication focuses on advances over the past five years in a range of projects all over India, with forewords by key partners including the Indian Council of Medical Research, Public Health Foundation of India and Gates Foundation.
Printed copies will be available from 16 November at reception areas and may be ordered in bulk by emailing external relations.
Image: Publication cover. Credit: Preston Rolls