According to the Bank’s website, the project aims to improve access to quality health services for populations residing in and passing through the border provinces of Champasak, Phongsali, and Savannakhet. Investments will support the (i) upgrading and renovation of health facilities and equipment and workforce development in three provincial and two district hospitals; (ii) delivery of a comprehensive program of workplace, community-based, and facility-based programs services for female and male migrant workers and border area communities; and (iii) rollout of an electronic medical record (EMR) and unique health identifier UHI) to strengthen continuity of care between border area health facilities.
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