Gurgaon : The World Integrated Traditional Healthcare Organization (WITHO) is organizing a five-day National Conference on “Ayushman Sahakar Yojana” in Gurgaon. The conference will be held from 9th November to 13th November 2020. People associated with health services will participate in the conference online and offline. The objective of the conference is to strengthen the participation of the healthcare sector and to provide information regarding “Ayushman Sahakar Yojna” of the Government of India.
Dr. Debprasad Chattopadhyay, Director -ICMR-National Institute of Traditional Medicine (NITM) under the Deptt of Health Research, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare will inaugurate the conference and deliver the Keynote Address.
Addressing the press conference, Dr. Rajendra Banprasthi, Director General “World Integrated Traditional Health Organization” (WITHO) said that the aim of the conference is to promote health services in the country through cooperative organizations. In the coming times, the cooperative movement has to be extended to the general public in the health sector. He said that common citizen’s participation in health services is necessary, for which it is necessary to promote cooperatives, which will make health services affordable and ensure everyone’s participation in benefits. He added that WITHO would soon “set up the Traditional Healthcare Practitioners Co-operative Limited (THPC) and provide services across the country.”
We believe, this Event and initiatives beyond by WITHO will provide valuable information and a meaningful platform for policy-makers, health professionals, investors, experts from co-operative sector and the public for capitalizing on the potential contribution to health, healthcare and well-being of the mankind which has never been considered so important as now in this unprecedented times of a Global Health Crisis faced by the entire human race. World Integrated Traditional Healthcare Organization” (WITHO) also hopes to carry forward the message of cooperation amongst all the key stakeholders in order to strengthen healthcare services in the remotest parts of the country.