Each of the cities has multiple stakeholders who are playing or can potentially play critical role in improving health status of the urban poor. These stakeholders may be program staff, schemes, institutions or even individuals, many of them work in their own way without any interface with others doing a supplementary or complementary work. A mapping exercise can clearly show the different government departments, private sector institutions, community based organization and political representatives who work in the same areas and highlight how coordination among stakeholders can increase the impact by many fold. Coordinated efforts are more important for family planning and MCH interventions; as these services are required at each and every household of the most vulnerable section of the urban poor population. The information collected with this tool will be used to develop a list of city level stakeholders. And also the information will be useful for stakeholder consultation workshop after validation by Chief Medical Officer or Head of City administration.