First Indian Health Facility Joins UNDP Business Initiative

Thousands of women in India will gain access to maternal and child health care services under a partnership between the U.N. Development Program and a chain of small Indian hospitals that cater to low-income clients. LifeSpring Hospitals recently signed up with the UNDP’s Business Call to Action initiative and will begin offering low-cost health care services to up to 82,000 women and their families. LifeSpring Hospitals is the first chain of health-care facilities to join the initiative.

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