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Ex post Evaluation of Basic Health West Bengal Project

This is ex-post evalution of project FC/TC cooperation project to improve primary health services in eight districts of the Indian federal state of West Bengal supported by the KfW under mandate of  the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development  (BMZ). The main measure was to rehabilitate or construct a total of 236 primary health institutions. Further action areas in the project included procuring medical and non-medical equipment, purchasing 133 ambulances and introducing ambulance services as well as medical diagnostic laboratories as a pilot scheme, operated as public private partnerships (PPP). Furthermore, a voucher/coupon system for ambulance services was introduced for expectant mothers, while a Planned Preventative Maintenance (PPM) concept was designed and tested. The project was implemented in two stages. The project was evaluated against relevance,  effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and impact.

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