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Five Years of NRHM 2005-2010


  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare H & FW


Health is a State subject and the Government of India has always tried to work in partnership with states to meet people's needs. As the report will indicate, it is through this partnership with constant monitoring and support that they have provided for increasing the out-patient cases, in-patient cases, institutional deliveries availability of drugs, diagnostic services, and full immunization through public health system.

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  • Ministry of Health and Family Welfare H & FW, 2010. "Five Years of NRHM 2005-2010," Working Papers id:3291, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3291
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    state; monitoring; public health system; drugs; diagnostic services; immunzation; Health; Government; India; partnership; monitoring; institutional; people; patient;

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