Strengthening Health SystemsStrengthening health systems is a vital step needed to overcome India’s current health care challenges. One of the key steps in this direction is the identification and implementation of a change in the policies and practices of the country’s health system. It also includes initiatives and strategies that boost the functions of the health system, leading to better facilities through improvements in access, coverage, quality, or efficiency.
The Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation works towards strengthening health systems using a systematic, evidence-based approach designed to bring about a significant improvement in patient and population health outcomes (particularly among the poor), efficiency and effectiveness of systems and processes of care, as well as social responsiveness and accountability.
A State-of-the-Art Liver Transplant Unit at The King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital
King Edward Memorial (KEM) Hospital
Infrastructure upgrade for ENT and Head & Neck Surgery Department
LTMG Hospital and BYL Nair Hospital
Training of Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapists for persons with Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis Society of India(MSSI)
Programme for Empowering Women through Comprehensive Initiatives in Health, Education, Livelihoods in Barmer, Rajasthan
Addressing Sex Selection: Strengthening Capacities to Address Continued Challenges and Emerging Concerns
Narotam Sekhsaria Foundation Head and Neck Cancer Fellowship Programme
Prince Aly Khan and Tata Memorial Hospital
Psychosocial Support to Patients Suffering from Paediatric Cancer
ST. Judes Child Care Centre
Capacity building for civil society organisations and health advocates
Jan Swasthya Abhiyan(JSA)