ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

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Health as Development-Implications for Research, Policy and Action

Implications for Research, Policy and Action A K Shiva Kumar Vanita Nayak Mukherjee Policy-makers need to recognise the primacy of good health as an essential component of human development in India. It is also important to view health more holistically, and understand how social, cultural, political, economic and other factors interact to constrain people's access and contribute to human deprivation. The inter-connections are often complex and policy interventions need to be more people-focused, broad-based and multi-pronged.

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