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WHO Supports India’s G20 Presidency, says India got it’s back.

WHO has praised India's G20 Presidency. It states India has full support in helping restructuring global health architecture.

A spokesperson of the World Health Organization (WHO) hailed India’s G20 Health Working Group meeting chairmanship as an “exciting moment in history”. That has enhanced the voice of the Global South.

Ayoade Alakija, Special Envoy, ACT-Accelerator, WHO, expressed hope that this procedure will surely help the collaborations between the Global South that can be put together under the new global order.

“India’s G20 Presidency is an exciting moment in history. India is going to decide the global health architecture for the next many decades to come. Because it is going to be decided in the next few months,” Alakija expressed in her statement.

She asserted that, given the extent of the digital transformation taking place across India’s diverse industries. From infrastructure and finance to health—the globe was travelling there not merely for dialogue but also to absorb its experiences.

India has changed during the past five years, according to Dr. Alain Labrique, Director of Digital Health & Innovation at the WHO. He claimed that both countries in the Global South and those in other parts of the world share this reality.

Union Minister Bharati Pawar shares India’s plan for Equitable Healthcare:

According to Union minister Bharati Pawar, India wants to work toward universal healthcare access during its G20 presidency. And to contribute to the development of a framework that would reduce inequities in healthcare access around the globe.

She added that traditional medicine has been essential in advancing health and wellness in societies all over the world. Bharati was speaking after kicking off a session on Medical Value Travel outside of the first Health Working Group conference. Which was held in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala, during the G20 India Presidency.

Bharati stated, Traditional medicine is gaining respect on a global scale. This is because powerful instruments for treating pain and showing great potential in the fight against antibiotic resistance. Of the 194 WHO member states, more than 170 have also acknowledged using traditional medicine.

Pawar praised India’s initiatives to develop a distinctive ecosystem for holistic wellness and healthcare.

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