Swasti, established in 2002, is an international health resource centre that enhances health and well-being, particularly for marginalised people and communities. Through their experience combining research and practice, Swasti delivers end-to-end solutions and both short and long term support and facilitation within the public health sector. This service provider aims to advance health and well being by:

  • Mobilising communities to better address healthcare priorities.
  • Improving the effectiveness and efficiencies of organisations in the health sector.
  • Combining sector knowledge with gender, equity, vulnerability, anti-poverty perspectives and management skills.

Swasti works across different sectors, including civil society, government and the private sector in order to achieve public health outcomes. Women Win started working with Swasti in 2016 on play based programmes with factory workers in the south of India.