PM Narendra Modi wishes nation on World Health Day

  • PM Narendra Modi wishes nation on World Health Day

PM Narendra Modi wishes nation on World Health Day

However, this World Health Day, which is also the 70th anniversary of World Health Organization, Shilpa made a decision to address the very relevant topics of how to manage indulgence and make mindful dietary choices. I welcome the theme "Universal health coverage: everyone, everywhere" that has been chosen by WHO and others.

He also urged the government to commit a minimum of 13 per cent of national budget to the health sector in line with the World Health Organisation recommendation. This year's slogan, #HealthForAll, aims to ensure that all people can get quality health services so as to attain better health.

"Universal health coverage has a special relevance to people living in countries with acute and prolonged emergency situations".

Despite the strong foundation, the country still has a long way to go to achieve UHC as Dr Tumusime pointed out in reference to critical health indicators.

For decades, the World Health Organization with other world stakeholders and donor agencies has supported Sri Lanka in various aspects of improving maternal, child health, nutrition and health care to increase the health of the country's population.

"No matter how hard a patient is health, personnel does not have the right to abuse or bully any patient, their rights must be respected". Countries that invest in Universal Health Coverage (UHC) make a sound investment in their human capital.

Alemu said: "All necessary preparations have already been done and am sure with the right resources put in place Nigeria will make progress in reaching UHC by 2030".

Statements like - therapy is the answer to medical issues, is credited to the World Health Organisation, which is dedicated to extensive studies and research across the globe to foster knowledge and encourage preventive techniques from health problem.

While stressing the importance of observing World Health Day, Director Health Services, Kashmir, Dr Saleem ur Rehman said that all people should be able to realize their right to the highest possible level of health. If countries are to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) target, one billion more people need to benefit from Universal Health Coverage (UHC) by 2023.