Total Management Of Essential RCH and Primary Health care through Public Private Partnership-Five year’s project completion report -2006-2011
Reports & Publications
A number of research papers, presentations and studies have documented the efficiency and efficacy of the Karuna Trust model. Below is a partial list that catalogues the more important ones.
Sant-Rayn Pasricha, Varalaxmi V, Prashanth NS, Sudarshan H, Beverley-Ann B, Jim B & Arun Shet. (2009) A community based field research project investigating anemia amongst young children living in rural Karnataka, India: a cross sectional study. BMC Public Health. 9:59 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-9-59
Ghanashyam B. (2008) Can public-private partnerships improve health in India? The Lancet, 372(9642), p.878-879
Sudarshan H. (2008) Presentation at the Multi-Dimensional Workshop on Public Private Partnership, Health Insurance, Quality Management, Data Triangulation and Financial Management in Health NRHM, MoHFW, Govt. of India
Sir Ratan Tata Trust, Mumbai (2008) Case study of Karuna Trust Manasa Project
Sudarshan H. (2007) Choosing Health: An Opportunity for India – Presentation, Centre for Global Health Research
Indo-Dutch Programme on Alternatives in Development (2006) Case study of Karuna Trust PPP
Ralf Radermacher, Olga van Putten-Rademaker, Verena Müller, Natasha Wig & David Dror (2005) Karuna Trust, Karnataka, India. Good and Bad Practices: Case Study No. 19, CGAP Working Group on Microinsurance.
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