Saving newborn and maternal life in remote “aspirational districts” in context of Covid-19 in India | Social medicine, infectious diseases and migration (SIM)

The project focuses on improving maternal and newborn health for the most vulnerable mothers and infants in remote and underserved settings in India.

We address access to care and perceptions of care for the community and quality of care for service providers, through mentoring, supportive supervision and accurate, uptodate information through mobile applications. The Covid-19 situation makes mobile applications more pertinent. The project will be conducted in equal collaboration with R D Gardi Medical College, India.

The project is funded with a grant from the Swedish Research Council.