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There is no reason for us to not make an effort to ensure 100% vaccination(Sameer Sehgal/Hindustan Times)

India’s immunisation drive: Battling diseases, ensuring a healthy future

By Harsh Vardhan
UPDATED ON DEC 24, 2019 07:52 PM IST
The government aimed to increase the immunisation coverage of children to 90%. The result was heartening
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Providing high quality education remains a mammoth task. An Ernst & Young(PRASHANT WAYDANDE)
Providing high quality education remains a mammoth task. An Ernst & Young(PRASHANT WAYDANDE)

Structural reforms have changed the social sector

By Amitabh Kant
UPDATED ON APR 22, 2019 09:23 AM IST
One of India’s biggest challenges has been, and continues to be, the state of our social capital.
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India plans to integrate the learnings from IMI with its universal immunisation programme.(HT Photo)
India plans to integrate the learnings from IMI with its universal immunisation programme.(HT Photo)

Immunisation plan set to be expanded

By Sanchita Sharma | New Delhi
PUBLISHED ON DEC 13, 2018 07:56 AM IST
India plans to integrate the learnings from IMI with its universal immunisation programme, which is the largest in the world with annual cohorts of 26.7 million babies and 30 million pregnant women.
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Measures like strengthening routine immunisation under Mission Indradhanush will further help reduce infant mortality(Reuters)
Measures like strengthening routine immunisation under Mission Indradhanush will further help reduce infant mortality(Reuters)

Sustained efforts must to reduce India’s infant mortality below 25 by 2030

By HT Correspondent | Hindustan Times
UPDATED ON SEP 19, 2018 05:48 PM IST
It would require better institutional delivery, strengthening routine immunisation, scaling-up of special newborn care units to treat malnourished and ill newborns, providing holistic nutrition, and meeting the national commitment to make the country open-defecation free by 2019, to help us reach the goal
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