A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
Sophie Zinser
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Eye on Asia by Sophie Zinser

Investing in Indian health care will bolster AIIB’s global ambition

  • Given Sino-India tensions, if AIIB agrees to finance India’s ambitious health sector overhaul, it would distance it from Beijing’s foreign policy goals
  • It could also set a precedent for development banks to lead the financing of health care reforms across Asia

A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
A yoga session at the men’s ward in the Covid-19 Care Centre set up at the Commonwealth Games Village Sports Complex in New Delhi, India, on July 30. India’s needs major reforms, and quickly, for its health care system to cope with Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
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Sophie Zinser

Sophie Zinser

Sophie Zinser is a researcher focusing on forced labour and China's role in the Middle East, South and Central Asia. She has worked with refugees and migrants on developing community-focused policy solutions for five years across the Middle East and Asia.