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WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine (GCTM): India (at Jamnagar, Gujarat)

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  • April 6, 2022
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WHO Global Centre for Traditional Medicine (GCTM): India (at Jamnagar, Gujarat)

  • Ministry of Ayush and World Health Organization signs Host Country Agreement for WHO Global Centre of Traditional Medicine
  • The first and only Global Centre (office) for traditional medicine across the globe. 
  • It will focus on building solid evidence base for policies and standards on traditional medicine practices and products and help countries integrate it as appropriate into their health systems and regulate its quality and safety for optimal and sustainable impact.
  • The primary objective of GCTM is to harness the potential of traditional medicine from across the world through modern science and technology and improve overall health of the communities’ world over.

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