Madhya Pradesh government and Tata Trusts have signed an agreement on implementing interventions in healthcare areas like nutrition, mental health and cancer care in the state.
“This partnership has a focus on high-priority districts of Madhya Pradesh and the aim is to improve the health indicators in these districts in areas of cancer, mental health and nutrition. We hope that the partnership with Tata
Tata Trusts will improve the health outcomes of the state considerably,” Madhya Pradesh Principal Secretary Gowri Singh said in a release issued here.
Tata Trusts will set up these initiatives along with strategic and technical advisory support.
It will also work with the government in overseeing successful execution of the identified programmes.
“We share a common goal with the Madhya Pradesh government and this partnership will help us achieve our objectives towards improving the health and nutrition outcomes of the state through highly focused initiatives,” Tata
Trusts Secretary and Chief Accountant, SRTT and At, Burzis S Taraporevala said.