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Health in Sustainable Development Goals:Issues before India


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The paper aims to address the issue of ensuring good health for healthy living and economic growth under Sustainable Development Goal – 3 “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all” in context of India. The action plan as adopted in Delhi Commitment 2016 has been discussed with context to National Health Policy, 2017and the major issues in achieving these targets have been highlighted with brief review of existing literature as by the United Nations and Government of India and various researchers. Towards the end policy measures such as different model of healthcare financing and integration of SDG 3 to Right to Health in India has been mentioned.

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Elimination, Domestically, Negotiations, Implementation.
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Livpreet Kaur Dhaliwal
Department of Economics, Panjab University, Chandigarh, India

Abstract


The paper aims to address the issue of ensuring good health for healthy living and economic growth under Sustainable Development Goal – 3 “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all” in context of India. The action plan as adopted in Delhi Commitment 2016 has been discussed with context to National Health Policy, 2017and the major issues in achieving these targets have been highlighted with brief review of existing literature as by the United Nations and Government of India and various researchers. Towards the end policy measures such as different model of healthcare financing and integration of SDG 3 to Right to Health in India has been mentioned.

Keywords


Elimination, Domestically, Negotiations, Implementation.

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