This publication focuses on India’s development partnerships in the health sector in the Global South, particularly South Asia and Africa. The present study records and analyses the important developments in the fields of the healthcare sector, traditional medicine, trade of pharmaceuticals, medical treatment, capacity building, and exchange of human resources in the region. It also discusses India’s development cooperation with the Global South which is consolidated around the ‘Theory of Development Compact’ that includes elements like trade and investments, capacity building, lines of credits and concessional grants in aid.
- Publication year: 2019
- Content type: Report
- Form of cooperation: Comprehensive (Lines of credit, grants and loans, and technical assistance).
- Cooperation context: Multilateral
- Sector: Health
- Institution (publication): Research and Information Systems for Developing Countries
- Author (and co-authors): T C James and Apurva Bhatnagar
- Keywords: South-South cooperation; Pan Africa e-Network; healthcare; pharmaceutical sector; Asia; Africa; technical assistance; Third India-Africa Forum Summit 2015; Indian exports
- Link: RIS site