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Common Review Mission (CRM) Reports

The mechanism of conducting Common Review Mission (CRM) was set up as a part of the Mission Steering Group’s mandate of review and concurrent evaluation. The first one was conducted in November 2007 there after it is conducted every year and a report is brought out which enabled programme divisions and policy makers to go for course correction.

Every year Ministry of Health & Family Welfare (MOHFW) organizes the Common Review Mission (CRM) in various states across the country. The objective of the CRM is to undertake a rapid assessment of the functional status of various health programmes running under NHM and to understand key drivers and challenges impacting their implementation. It also documents innovations and best practices of each state that can be replicated elsewhere for achieving better health outcomes. All the Common Review Missions (CRMs) held under NHM/NRHM provided valuable information about the state strategies that were successful and those that were not, enabling mid-course corrections.

Sl No Title Description
1 1st CRM Main Report 2007 ( 3230 KB )
2 2nd CRM Main Report 2008 ( 2985 KB )
3 3rd CRM Main Repor 2009 ( 3208 KB )
4 4th CRM Main Report 2010 ( 5381 KB )
5 5th CRM Main Report 2011 ( 4819 KB )
6 6th CRM Main Report 2012 ( 7683 KB )
7 7th CRM Main Report 2013 ( 1214 KB )
8 8th CRM Main Report 2014 ( 10859 KB )
9 9th CRM Report 2015 ( 5800 KB )
10 10th CRM Report 2016 ( 15029 KB )
11 11th CRM Report 2017 ( 6857 KB )
12 12th Common Review Mission-Report 2018 ( 4187 KB )
13 13th CRM Report 2019 ( 6492 KB )
14 13th CRM Synthesis Report ( 2635 KB )