India is committed to reforming the global governance framework to make it more responsive to contemporary realities and challenges. Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya said this on Friday. He was addressing the health ministers’ session of the second Voice of Global South Summit organized by the Ministry of External Affairs through digital medium.
Mandaviya said that building on the momentum created by the first voice of the Global South Summit, India has identified three key health priorities. These, he said, are prevention, preparedness and response to health crises, strengthening cooperation in the pharmaceutical sector and digital health innovations and solutions, which reflect a continued commitment to address the unique challenges facing countries in the Global South. In Global Health Debates and Solutions.
Ministers and representatives of Ministers of Health from Argentina, Belize, Chad, Grenada, Guatemala, Guyana, Haiti, Mauritania, Morocco, Nicaragua, Somalia, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Yemen, Costa Rica, Dominica, Benin and Bhutan participated. session. were taking Highlighting the importance of the ‘One Health’ concept, Mandaviya said, ‘It has been recognized as an effective approach to complex public health problems, involving multiple disciplines, closely linked to human health, animal health and environmental health