J.P. Nadda

Fully committed to ensure proper delivery of health care facilities

Urgent need to continue investing in systems

Cleanliness and sanitation should not be a one-time activity

Engaging with private sector care providers to improve access to TB care

These will surely prove inspirational for many

AIIMS needs strengthening and expansion of its facilities

Ministry is continuously monitoring the public health situation arising out of floods in Kerala

India has fast-tracked many initiatives aimed at achieving Universal Health Coverage

Programme will provide financial protection

We are monitoring the flood situation in Kerala on a regular basis

Food processing companies to contribute to Kerala flood hit relief efforts

CSCs would be a big milestone

Strongly committed towards eliminating Viral Hepatitis by 2030: J P Nadda

India is committed to eliminating TB by 2025

We will provide services to all eligible beneficiaries with or without Aadhaar cards

Population stabilization being taken up within the Lifecycle Framework

AB-NHPM will protect more 10.00crore families

Let us work together in the spirit of cooperative federalism for its success

Nipah virus disease is not a major outbreak. It is only a local occurrence

Situation under control ,No cause for panic

Government is consciously working towards improving health infrastructure

Nadda reviewed the status of vector-borne diseases

J P Nadda chairs high level review meeting

Cleanliness is no more a one-time activity

We have accelerated our progress towards our target of 90% full immunization coverage

NHM is vital to supporting the states in improving their health systems: Nadda

Now safe pregnancy has become a social movement in our country

We need the teachers and academicians to develop such human resources in health

Government is committed to advancing the Universal Health Coverage in the country: J P Nadda

India and Morocco sign MoU for enhanced cooperation in healthcare