The National Family and Health Survey (NFHS) has provided critical data on India's health, nutrition, and population indicators. The Government of India (GOI) utilizes many of the NFHS indicators to formulate policies and track its progress. Since 2015-16, the fourth round of the NFHS (NFHS-4) became the only data representative at the district level for India. The fact sheets from the fifth round of the NFHS (NFHS-5) conducted in 2019-20 are now available for 342 districts from 17 states and five union territories (UTs).
We present an interactive dashboard that systematically allows multiple stakeholders (e.g., policymakers, donors, journalists, and researchers) to compare 55 indicators for 342 districts in India. We also compare these indicators for 285 Parliamentary Constituencies in India with the motivation to engage the Members of Parliament (MP) who are responsible for envisioning policy priorities for their constituents.