Most of my posts discuss the comparison of the economic and non-economic strategies for the development in developed and developing countries. In the same context, I’ve some not new, but an important issue to have my say. Basis for the development though include a list of factors, but most important one is health of masses. No country can proceed with mega economic projects if its people are physically or mentally unfit. And a key element of health facilities in a country includes a strong check on the chemical engineering expert witnesses responsible for the production and or distribution of medicines within the country.
The issue, in its totality is not that big, but mismanaging or over looking it may result as worst consequences for developing countries like Pakistan, where by a large number of patients dies in hospitals due to the provision of either expired or low quality medicines. This is the case not only in Pakistan, but round the world in almost all developing countries.
Now a matter of great concern, but very general in nature: how a developing country can proceed with some top class economic projects if its people are not healthy enough to participate in day-to-day activities. The discussion doesn’t end here but just takes a little break; to think who’s responsible for doing all this!