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According to Himanshu Sikka, Lead, HNWASH, critical areas of pandemic preparedness, Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR), mental health, as well as focus required for infrastructure development have remained wanting in the budget.
Green growth has been listed among four opportunities that can be transformative in the run up to 2047, the country’s 100th year of independence.
Several small and medium enterprises have emerged in recent years with game-changing product innovations and sustainable business models, that can significantly improve healthcare access.
According to Himanshu Sikka, Lead- Health, Nutrition & WASH, in addition to increase in public sector allocations towards health infrastructure and insurance schemes, the government needs to focus on encouraging homegrown innovations — both tech and process — that can help it achieve its universal health care mandate.
Infrastructure boost is expected to be one of the major focuses of the forthcoming Budget. According to Anil Bansal, Senior Director, Urban Reforms & Infrastructure, India has been witnessing renewed emphasis on urban development over the last few years, especially after the roll-out of several centrally sponsored schemes such as PMAY-Urban, Metro Rail & RRTS, […]
In the past two years, the allocation for Education in Union Budget has been declining and a boost in this direction in the post-pandemic era is expected.
As India begins its historic leadership at G20, the upcoming Union Budget presents an opportunity for the government to revive the economy, says Ashwajit Singh, Founder & Managing Director.
As per the Union health ministry guidelines, workplaces must be properly disinfected before reopening in case an employee contracts Covid-19. They have further added that there is no need to close or seal the premises.
Blended finance enables the development sector to scale up and sustain its operations during growth. It rebalances the risk-reward profile by combining philanthropic and private capital to achieve social impact and financial returns.
The thematic areas for discussion include climate-smart food systems, post-harvest losses, and food safety standards, which will contribute towards tackling malnutrition, promoting healthy diets, and improving food systems across the region.
Under the backdrop of geo-political tensions, global recession, and pandemic-driven gradual but uncertain opening makes, the 27th edition of COP delivers on its long-due commitments from the developed nations.

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