Government has planned to increase expenditure on health for development goals

Indian government health spending in 2015-2016 equals 1.17% of gross domestic product (GDP), according to the Ministry of Union report. The government wants to improve the cost by 2.5% by 2025 to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs).
    
The Ministry of Statistics and Implementation of the Union Program (MoSPI) has released a basic report of the National Indicators, which has 41 indicators to monitor the health and well-being of the country.

The report has been developed to be a benchmark for monitoring the progress of the country towards the SDG goal at the national level until 2030, in order to monitor progress. The period 2015-16 has been used as a basic time period.

The primary health indicators that the government has focused on improving in the next decade are maternal mortality (MMR), which is the number of women who die per 100,000. Births, births, deaths of newborns and children under 5 years In epidemics like AIDS Tuberculosis and malaria and premature death from non-communicable diseases

World leaders have voted in the 70th Assembly of the United Nations General Assembly, which includes India, which was held in 2015 on the 8th of our world reforms: the sustainable development agenda in 2030, which is recognized by SDG.

"The goal is to increase the cost of public health on a step-by-step basis," a senior health ministry official said, requesting anonymity because the authorities were not allowed to speak to the media.

"Indian health indicators are developing at a good rate. If you look at the maternal mortality ratio, India's current rate is lower than the Millennium Development Goals of 139 per 100,000. The country is working to achieve the SDG goal below 70 in 2030, "the official added.

In order to examine SDGs and related targets, MoSPI developed a national indicator (NIF) which consists of 306 national indicators in discussions with the central ministries, government departments and other stakeholders.
 

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