Few scholars have explored India’s Offi cial Development Assistance (ODA) paradigm and practices. Almost no one has analyzed India’s development assistance for health (DAH). This paper examines India’s ODA in the health sector by examining India’s total DAH, the channels and modes through which it is deployed, areas where it is being channeled and the motives underpinning them. Through this, it attempts to draw some inferences and implications of India’s DAH, and what this portends for global health governance.
|Title of host publication||Asia's Role in Governing Global Health|
|Editors||Kelley Lee, Tikki Pang, Yeling Tan|
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||15|
|Publication status||Published - 11 Dec 2012|
|Name||Routledge Contemporary Asia Series|
Guntupalli, A. M., & Nachiappan, K. (2012). India and global health governance: past, present and future. In K. Lee, T. Pang, & Y. Tan (Eds.), Asia's Role in Governing Global Health (Routledge Contemporary Asia Series). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780203081211