Anjali Taneja, Associate Director, Science Policy Initiative, Ashoka University, emphasises that public-private partnerships and consortia are a must for India to achieve its vaccination target for the year
India needs a comprehensive health metrics to have a solid foundation for formulating policies on healthcare and conducting data-driven research in this field.
While India is self-sufficient in food and raw material for clothing and housing, the focus should be on the development of robust SCNs, particularly for food and other essentials, that saves lives during pandemics such as the current one. But when it comes to medical supplies and innovations in healthcare services, we largely depend on imports.
India is still among some of the vulnerable countries to combat deadly diseases and natural disasters.
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