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Health, human and social services are at the core of a nation's development agenda. India's social sector spend is increasing, with trends such as direct benefits transfer, digital monitoring, private sector enablement and impact investment driving outcomes in sectors such as Water, Sanitation, And Hygiene (WASH), healthcare, financial Inclusion, social and rural development, livelihoods, and affordable housing. The sector has witnessed a paradigm shift from a treatment-based model to a preventive focused model. This is likely to accelerate growth opportunities in the sector.

KPMG in India’s Health, Human and Social Services (HHSS) practice works with government agencies, multilaterals, donors, private sector participants, civil society stakeholders and other social sector organisations to deliver efficient, equitable, and effective health, human and social services that create sustainable societies. Our mission is to help governments and non-state actors carry out their core responsibilities towards aiding essential human needs of all citizens, and to ensure better social development outcomes through conceptualisation and implementation of innovative and scalable models that create transformative change and measurable impact.

We are aligned to the 2030 agenda for sustainable development and have been involved in several transformative programmes, in the areas of health, water, sanitation and hygiene, solid waste management, women and child development, social protection and inclusion, rural development and livelihoods, to help ensure inclusive growth.

Key Service Offerings

Strategy, policy advisory and assistance in policy formulation

Market assessment, market entry strategy

Technical support, programme and project management

Capacity building and institutional reforms

Behaviour and change management

Market assessment, market entry strategy

Capacity building and institutional reforms

Behaviour and change management

Business planning, project feasibility assessment

Digital strategy and solutions

Impact assessment

Financing strategy

Monitoring and evaluation

Impact Created

    Driving the largest competitive framework to improve sanitation in urban areas (Swachh Survekshan)

    10 Cr. tap connections provided to households (Jal Jeevan Mission)

    4,000+ towns to become Open Defecation Free (ODF+ certified) (Swachh Bharat Mission)

    11 Cr. household toilets constructed Swachh Bharat Mission-Gramin (SBM-G)

    4,900 Million Litres per Day (MLD) of sewerage treatment capacity created in National Mission for Clean Ganga (NMCG)

    Managed COVID-19 war room for Government of India

The KPMG in India difference:

  • Deep expertise and experience of working with government, public sector entities and donor agencies, along with private sector entities in sectors such as health, water, social and rural development
  • Access to multi-disciplinary teams with deep understanding and expertise of landscape across select sectors/domains
  • Wide presence at the national, state and Urban Local Body (ULB) level in the space of sanitation and waste management, including national programs such as Swachh Bharat Mission (urban and rural)
  • Experience working on India's flagship public health insurance/assurance scheme (Ayushman Bharat), universal health coverage, vaccine coverage, digital health
  • Experience of working on India’s flagship women and child nutrition support program (POSHAN) Prime Minister's Overarching Scheme for Holistic Nutrition
  • Expertise in developing frameworks for progress on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)

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