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WP4 - Health, Equity and Poverty Exploring the Links in West Bengal, India

Future Health Systems

India is on a fast-track growth path and the health care market is opening up with new opportunities. However, impressive growth with inadequate social protection may lead to newer vulnerabilities, inequalities, and health related poverty. The study focused on one Indian state (West Bengal) to explore the link between health, poverty, and equity against this dynamic backdrop. Primary data - from households and different types of providers - were collected from three districts of the state.
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FHS India Research Brief 2 - A Parallel Health Care market: Rural Medical Practitioners in West Bengal, India

Future Health Systems

Despite a strong infrastructural base of the public health care facilities in many Indian states, the majority of outpatient services, especially in the rural areas, are provided by private health care providers, most of whom practice modern allopathy without any formal training. This research brief attempts to present some recent evidences to help understand the role and relevance of rural medical practitioners (RMPs) in the context of West Bengal's health care system.
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FHS India Research Brief 3 - Barriers to access immunization services: a study in Murshidabad, West Bengal

Future Health Systems

Despite overall achievement in immunization coverage, there is a growing concern among the West Bengal state’s decision-makers about relatively lower performance in several regions within the state. These are typical difficult pockets where severebarriers are perceived to exist on the way of accessing public health services.
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