Combating COVID through PPP
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Combating COVID through PPP

The recent wave of Covid-19 pandemic spread like a ‘tsunami’ in India. The second wave was worse than the first one. There could be several factors responsible for the huge spike in number of cases and its severity in the second wave as compared to the first, but it was a herculean task for any government to handle a pandemic of such scale and impact.

In this article, Anil Swarup, who has served as the head of the Project Monitoring Group, and also as the Secretary, Ministry of Coal, and Secretary, Ministry of School Education, writes on the enormous scope for cooperation between the public and private sectors when it comes to handling a crisis.

Click here to read more

The recent wave of Covid-19 pandemic spread like a ‘tsunami’ in India. The second wave was worse than the first one. There could be several factors responsible for the huge spike in number of cases and its severity in the second wave as compared to the first, but it was a herculean task for any government to handle a pandemic of such scale and impact. In this article, Anil Swarup, who has served as the head of the Project Monitoring Group, and also as the Secretary, Ministry of Coal, and Secretary, Ministry of School Education, writes on the enormous scope for cooperation between the public and private sectors when it comes to handling a crisis.Click here to read more

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