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Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry gets Porter Prize 2023 in managing COVID-19

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Porter Prize 2023

Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry has received the Porter Prize 2023. It recognized the government’s strategy in managing COVID-19, also the approach, and involvement of various stakeholders especially involvement of ASHA workers in the industry to create PPE Kits. The prize was announced during The India Dialog at Stanford University. The country’s contribution in developing and manufacturing vaccines was also lauded.

The theme of the two-day conference was The Indian Economy 2023: Innovation, Competitiveness and Social Progress.

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About the Porter Prize

Porter Prize is named after US citizen Michael E Porter, an economist, researcher, author, advisor, speaker and teacher. He has brought economic theory and strategy concepts to bear on many of the most challenging problems faced by corporations, economies and societies, including market competition and company strategy, economic development, the environment and healthcare. He is also the most cited scholar today in economics and business.

About The India Dialog Conference

The conference had series of keynote addresses and panel discussions on themes of Innovation, Competitiveness and Social Progress. The participants gained an outlook into the future for India and the challenges to its continued progress. Intellectuals and domain experts in the field of economics, business, policy-making, and social development were present to provide their up-to-date perspectives into the state of the India economy in 2023.

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