New Development Impact Bond To Improve Maternal, Newborn Health Launches In India

Brookings Institution: Rallying behind maternal and newborn health: A new impact bond launches in India
Emily Gustafsson-Wright, fellow for global economy and development, and Izzy Boggild-Jones, research analyst, both at the Center for Universal Education, discuss the launch of a new development impact bond (DIB) to improve maternal and neonatal mortality rates in Rajasthan, India; highlight the use of DIBs in general; and announce an upcoming webinar that “will explore the potential applications for impact bonds for health” (11/29).

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