India Recognized By WHO For Being Leader In Traditional Medicine
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India Recognized By WHO For Being Leader In Traditional Medicine

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PM Modi welcomes WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine as Ayush Ministry signs host country agreement with WHO

Tody Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has conveyed India’s happiness to be the home of the World Health Organization, (WHO) Global Centre for Traditional Medicine. He expressed the hope that the center will contribute towards making a healthier planet and leveraging our rich traditional practices for global good. The Ministry of Practitioners (Ayush) and WHO signed a historic host country agreement for the center. 

Replying to the tweets of Ayush Ministry and WHO the Prime Minister said.  “India is honoured to be home to a state-of-the-art @WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine. This Centre will contribute towards making a healthier planet and leveraging our rich traditional practices for global good.” “Traditional medicines and wellness practices from India are very popular globally. This @WHO Centre will go a long way in enhancing wellness in our society.”

For centuries, India has been at the forefront of modern medicines and the WHOs acknowledgment, only further solidifies the importance of traditional medicines. Traditional medicines and wellness practices from India are very popular globally. This @WHO Centre will go a long way in enhancing wellness in our society.

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