This publication highlights the importance of adequately investing in healthcare infrastructure and preparedness and of applying flexibility, innovation, and collaboration in preparing for future health emergencies.

In Sub-Saharan Africa, health care facilities face critical challenges in water supply, sanitation, and hygiene services; health care waste management; and environmental cleanliness.

To assess the sustainability and resilience of the Indian health system, PHSSR and the Observer Research Foundation conducted research across the seven key domains, with a particular focus on how the health system responded to the COVID-19 pandemic.

In India, a country with a vast population and a diverse socio-economic fabric, healthcare remains fraught with challenges including disparities in access. These socio-economic disparities are deep, and they influence health outcomes.

Order of the National Green Tribunal  (Central Zone Bench, Bhopal) in the matter of Jan Jagrukta Sewa Sansthan Rajasthan Through its President Vs State of Rajasthan & Others dated 19/01/2024.

Order of the Allahabad High Court in the matter of Suo Motu in Re: Rodents menace is SRN hospital dated 17/01/2024.

The case was filed suo motu on the basis of a news item published in Amar Ujala, which highlighted the menace of rodents in Swaroop Rani Nehru hospital, Prayagraj, Uttar Pradesh and the extent to which they are causing harm to the medicines and other articles stored in the hospital.

Health financing is a core pillar of health systems and encompasses the three functions of how revenues for health are collected, pooled and paid out to providers of health care services.

This report written by the World Economic Forum, in collaboration with Oliver Wyman, provides an in-depth economic analysis of how climate change will reshape health landscapes over the next two decades.

Primary health care is the best approach to ensure access to equitable health care at a much lower cost. It contributes to substantial reduction in the need for secondary and tertiary care. More importantly, primary health care prepares the health system and health workers as firstline responders for future emergencies.

Approximately 1 billion people around the world are served by healthcare facilities without reliable electricity access or with no electricity access at all. The electrification of such facilities is a crucial requirement for achieving universal health coverage.