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Maanoj Shah, Chartered Accountant and Co-Founder of Mission ICU

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Why companies need to evaluate long-term CSR partners for creating real impact

The Indian CSR sector, although active, is only now waking up to creating a sustainable and impactful presence. Especially in the case of healthcare CSR, which has received a lot of attention, post the pandemic. The past two years of COVID-19 have unfolded several loopholes in the Indian healthcare and medical infrastructure and have...

Building a critical care infrastructure in Rural India – Decoding the funding & investment challenges

India’s healthcare sector has witnessed significant improvements over the past few years. However, these developments are largely restricted to urban areas and the rural areas are still grappling with a host of issues that need immediate attention. Around 65% of the country’s population resides in rural areas. And yet, rural India only has 3.2...

How can CSR funds help build sustainable and impactful healthcare infrastructure projects

As the Indian CSR sector continues to focus on strengthening the healthcare system, fixing its many loopholes brought forward by the recent pandemic, the sector is yet to witness a strategic, long term and impact-oriented CSR investment towards long-term impact. In the case of rural areas and tier 2 towns, the situation is worse....

Public Private Partnerships for Sustainable Healthcare in Emerging Economies like Ours

The second wave of COVID-19 was a harsh reality check for our country's healthcare system. Starting from February 2021, we saw the loss of countless lives. This further compounded the social and economic devastation of several families. The sharp surge in cases saw people scrambling for ICU beds, critical medicine and urgent medical attention....

How can CSR Funds Help Build the Rural Health Infrastructure in India for COVID and Beyond?

The Covid-19 pandemic has shown us that despite several policies oriented towards rural growth and development, the widening socio-economic disparities have posed a huge challenge for the critical health care sector, especially in the rural areas. A study by National Health Profile–2019 observed that there are only 0.55 hospital beds in government hospitals per...

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