Applying our expertise across Climate, Livelihood, Health and Wellbeing for workforce 

We have extensive experience in supporting - enterprises, vulnerable communities with healthcare and first mile workers with their wellbeing.

At the Catalyst Group’s Health Practice, we consider it our responsibility to partner, especially with vulnerable communities, to help realise this potential through health and well-being.
Through a 360-degree approach, we leverage the strengths of a global social impact consulting firm and 25 years of experience. The Health Practice works across both Catalyst Management Services and its sister organisation, Swasti, a global south public health agency that partners with communities at the last mile to further health and well-being.
Our work centres around Health Systems Strengthening and Community Systems Strengthening with the aim of achieving Universal Health Coverage (UHC), health equity and quality primary care for all.

Few initiatives include:

Facilitating the Learning for Impact (L4I) knowledge collaborative by USAID India Health Office provides insights and evidence to maximise the impact of USAID health investments in India
Launching India’s first city-wide environmental surveillance system that works to identify and respond to COVID outbreaks through strategic waste-water testing
Conducting a process evaluation of India’s first health-focused ‘development impact bond’ (DIB) to generate insights on the prospective role of performance-based financing mechanisms in global health programming
Designing the National Drug Control Master Plan (NDCMP) II for the Government of Nigeria to combat the challenges of addiction and trafficking, and providing monitoring and evaluation support to relevant government agencies
Conducting an evaluation of the World Health Organisation’s Regional Office for South East Asia’s (WHO SEARO) Collaborating Centers to assess the effectiveness of the partnership and identify influencing factors
Together with Swasti, raising over one billion USD from the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria


I4WE Programme Model

Wash App


Social Healthcare Enterprises (SHE) Platform


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