by Deepti Mathur, Senior Manager, Knowledge Management, PSI/India Dr. Ritu Rana, General Manager, Non Communicable Diseases, PSI/IndiaDr. Heather White, Technical Advisor for Non-Communicable Diseases, PSI Common non-communicable diseases (NCDs), like diabetes and hypertension, are silent killers that plague a large percentage of the workforce and reduce productivity globally, posing a threat to the development ofRead More ›
Launched in 2012, Project UDAY is led by the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi in partnership with Population Services International (PSI) and Project HOPE.
This article was originally posted on BioSpectrum Bureau‘s website. Project HOPE, the global health organization, is experiencing great success in India in its role in Project UDAY (which means “dawn” or “sunrise” in Hindi), a comprehensive diabetes and hypertension prevention and management program supported by Eli Lilly and Company under the Lilly NCD Partnership. According toRead More ›
Read more from PSI’s Corporate Partnerships Report 2014Read More ›
AT A PROGRAMMATIC LEVEL, we designed our programs in ways that would address the challenges faced by the country in the disease areas that we address, and ensured that each program has a rigorous monitoring and evaluation framework that also includes measurement of patient outcomes. For instance, in our current work in India, the mostRead More ›