Pandemic Preparedness and Response

How civil society organizations can help tackle pandemics

A woman receives a COVID-19 vaccine at a village healthcare centre in Maharashtra, India. Image: REUTERS/Francis Mascarenhas.

Prakash Tyagi
Founder-Director, GRAVIS Hospital; Executive Director, GRAVIS
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COVID-19 explosion in India between March and May 2021. Source: John Hopkins University & Medicine, Coronavirus Research Centre.
COVID-19 explosion in India between March and May 2021. Source: John Hopkins University & Medicine, Coronavirus Research Centre.
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