NFHS 5 calls for urgent action on child nutrition in India
The article highlights findings from the first round of National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 5, a large scale nationwide survey of households in India, released in Dec’20. The article primarily focuses on Five major indicators of child nutrition and compares the outcome of first round of NFHS 5, covering 54% of India’s population with previously conducted NFHS, 3 and 4 in the year 2005-06 and 2015-16 respectively.
Preparing for life after COVID-19: How India’s healthcare system can better respond to future shocks
India’s public healthcare system was tested by the onset of COVID-19. How India’s healthcare system can better respond to future shocks. Here are our findings and recommendations for better future preparedness.
A community side story of quick response and gradual adaptation of the low and middle income segment to the global pandemic.
This is the report that highlights the insights from MSC study to understand the economic and health impact of COVID-19 on LMI Indonesians.
Inclusive FinTechs in Francophone Africa: Senegal country report
With a vibrant startup ecosystem and growing access to investors, Dakar ranks ninth in Africa in terms of Fintech activity, according to the Global FinTech Index City Rankings 2020. The Government of Senegal is supportive and wants to enhance the growth of digital industries and strengthen the entrepreneurial ecosystem, yet FinTechs need access to funding and qualified staff.
As part of its program to facilitate exposure visits to India for governments across the globe, MSC has documented India’s journey towards financial inclusion and digital governance. The first module of this series is Aadhaar.
Millions of low-income people across the world use ROSCAs as instruments of savings and credit. Since these people are susceptible to income volatility, ROSCAs give them the unique option to pursue a savings goal, as well as an opportunity to build social capital and creditworthiness.