PM Modi addresses Global AYUSH Investment and Innovation Summit

The summit, which is the Ministry of Ayush’s most important event for 2022, will bring together industry leaders, academicians, and intellectuals to discuss strategies to promote traditional medicines and systems.

The summit, which is the Ministry of AYUSH’s most important event for 2022, will bring together industry leaders, academicians, and intellectuals to discuss strategies to promote traditional medicines and systems.

Workshops, roundtables, symposiums, and other events will be held as part of the summit. Which will feature 90 distinguished speakers and 100 exhibitors, according to a statement from the AYUSH ministry. At the meeting, foreign diplomats and officials from various industries and corporate groups will unveil a number of efforts to boost AYUSH exports.

One of the summit’s goals is to attract attractive investments to help India become the world’s Global AYUSH Destination. Due to the lack of limits on foreign direct investment (FDI), India has seen massive investment in recent years.

“The AYUSH Ministry wants to keep building on this and utilize the platform to initiate target-oriented initiatives to enable the recognition and growth of traditional systems of medicine,” the statement said.

Union Minister of AYUSH Sarbananda Sonowal said, “We are proud to announce the Global AYUSH Investment and Innovation Summit 2022 that will bring together the country’s leading start-ups, entrepreneurs, investors, policy-makers, and other national and international stakeholders for a specially curated event on innovation and entrepreneurship to help India become a Global AYUSH Destination.”

Sonowal stated that the AYUSH sector’s current market size has risen by 17% every year between 2014 and 2020, and that he hopes to further the sector’s success through these major events and projects.

Mauritius PM Jugnauth in Gandhinagar during Investment Summit said, “India is pharmacy of world. We’re grateful to India for sending Ayurvedic medicines during COVID pandemic. In Mauritius, practice of AYUSH is popular we have embraced the notion that traditional medicines compliment modern medicines.”

On April 19, the WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine will be officially inaugurated in Jamnagar, Gujarat. According to the announcement, this centre will become an international hub of global wellness. Bringing traditional health systems around the world to new heights.

It will also assist WHO member countries in spreading good health around the world said in a statement.

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