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81 Pro-Poor Health Innovations
From her light-flooded office in central Mumbai, Sweta Mangal oversees a fast-growing emergency transport company. In the last year, Ziqitza Healthcare Limited nearly doubled the number of ambulances it operates from 460 to more than 850. Many of these ambulances respond to emergency calls across three states through the government-funded hotline Dial 108.
The Center for Health Market Innovations (CHMI) profiles a total of 1,200 programs around the world and Mangal’s company is one of more than 40 health programs that reported having scaled up significantly over the past year.
Most organizations have enormous hurdles to scale, including sourcing effective personnel, mastering quality standards, accessing funding, and achieving an effective business model. As such, the momentum reported to CHMI is worth celebrating; we do so in Highlights: 2013, our annual look at trends in health markets in low- and middle-income countries.
Here are a few more top-line messages from Highlights, which spotlights 81 programs working to improve healthcare around the world:
CHMI uses data describing organizational impact to identify promising approaches. With a better understanding of which health organizations are having an impact in these extremely dynamic health markets, we can better track and support the scaling up of care to measurably improve the lives of the poor.
Read CHMI’s Highlights: 2013 to learn more about Ziqitza Healthcare Limited and 80 other cutting-edge health programs.
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