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Asian Tribune is published by World Institute For Asian Studies|Powered by WIAS Vol. 12 No. 2764

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Innovative MACH gives hope for multi-disciplinary global health response

Although 193 governments adopted UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) which warrant an integrated and multisectoral response to deliver on those promises, the progress has been lackadaisical in the past four years. A recent UN report has set an alarm on uneven progress on some SDGs and slipping on a few of the Global Goals in Asia Pacific region. Coordinated multisectoral response needs multidisciplinary action.

Innovative MACH gives hope for multi-disciplinary global health response
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Fortifying Buddhist Principles That Form The Basis Of The Sinhala Buddhist National Culture Of Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka as a nation is founded on Buddhist norms and principles. What the country clearly projects are its Buddhist imprint. The uniqueness of its cultural heritage is directly attributable to its Buddhist foundation. The impact of Buddhism is reflected both directly and indirectly, in the tangible and intangible aspects of the nation’s culture.

Fortifying Buddhist Principles That Form The Basis Of The Sinhala Buddhist National Culture Of Sri Lanka
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