FHI 360’s Madhya Pradesh Health Sector Reforms Program supports the Departments of Health and Development to achieve milestones for improved health, nutrition, water, sanitation and hygiene services in 16 identified, underserved districts. The program seeks to reduce maternal and child mortality, increase contraceptive uptake, decrease the number of undernourished children, increase healthy infant and young-child feeding practices, improve access to sanitation facilities, and deliver hygiene-promotion messages. The project anticipates that by 2015, Madhya Pradesh families and communities will benefit from an integrated package of high-impact and high-quality health services delivered in a coordinated, sustainable and cost-effective manner. Additionally, the program promotes a gender-sensitive political and social environment characterized by strengthened state and district leadership. This project operates in Madhya Pradesh, India.