Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Flags Off Public Health Foundation of India

by Medindia Content Team on  March 31, 2006 at 2:12 PM Indian Health News   - G J E 4
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, Flags Off Public Health Foundation of India
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has announced the set-up of a public Health foundation of India, which will remedy the imbalances in the provision of health care services in the country. This will be a public-private initiative that will redress the inequalities in financial management of resources and help in the efficient distribution of specializations in health care services.

The Public Health Foundation of India will endeavor to institute five world-class public health institutions in different parts of the country, that will not only look into clinical management but will also address them in a social and economic context.

To quote the words of Manmohan Singh

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sir we must hv 2 change sm our fast changing modern world otherwise we ll be left wid no other choice bt 2 cry on our blunders.u must replace petrol with bio gas n big machines wid windmill.sir nai to aane wale 10 saal tk sb kuch khatam ho jayega humare baache grmi ki wajah se mar jayenge aur hum hi unki maut ke jimmedar honge.plzzzzzzzzzzz help ur children.
guest Friday, June 8, 2007
India really needs a Public health revolution.There are a vast number of public health specialists,who needs some sort of training to work.Establsihing public health schools is a great idea ang the futre faculty programming is really wonderful
guest Saturday, January 27, 2007
This is surely very good initiative.Publ;ic health should not be confined to MBBS doctors only.It should include all who are concerened with public health. Health to reach the doorstep of underserved needs many creative and unconventional approach. hope the new initiative will address the issue.
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