India’s expertise and capabilities in providing cheap aid is available to be used to any or all developing countries, Prime Minister Narendra Modi told the first-ever high-level meeting on Universal Health Coverage on Monday, underscoring that a healthy life is that the right of each person.
Addressing the meeting, Prime Minister Modi aforesaid, “Health doesn’t merely mean freedom from diseases. A healthy life is everybody persons’ right.” “The encumbrance for this is often on our government to form each attainable effort to make sure this,” Modi aforesaid at the meeting, which is able to launch new efforts to supply access for all, to cheap, inclusive and resilient health systems.
Modi aforesaid India’s efforts on cheap aid aren’t restricted to merely its own boundaries.
“We have helped to supply access to cheap aid by method of telemedicine to many different countries, particularly African countries and that we can still do this. Our expertise and our capabilities area unit on the market to be used to any or all developing countries,” he mentioned.
Modi started his engagements at the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly by addressing the Climate Action Summit hosted by administrator Antonio Guterres Monday within the General auditorium. This was then followed by a speech at the Universal Health Coverage meeting.
Modi told the global leaders and ministers at the summit that the global welfare begins with people’s welfare, and health is a vital element of it and add that Asian country has taken a holistic approach towards the health sector.