India signed a MoU with Africa union to build up Cooperation on Healthcare Sector
India and the African Union have signed a MoU to establish a collaborative platform for Healthcare sector. This agreement will make the way for cooperation in research and development, capacity building, health services, pharmaceutical trade and manufacturing capabilities for diagnostics and drugs. In order to build up the scenario of a structured partnership in the health sector, Ministry of External affairs has partnered with Indian Council of Medical Research.
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