According to the bank website, this project's aim involves improving the public health and regional health security in the Kyrgyz Republic.
The project includes consulting services for (i) baseline/endline survey; (ii) construction supervision; (iii) CQI and sustainable laboratory financing; (iv) LIMS implementation support; (v) preparation of service contracts for (a) outsourcing selected CDL tests to private labs in Bishkek, (b) outsourcing lab samples transportation in Bishkek and Osh, and (c) optimization of bacteriology tests in Bishkek; (vi) audit firm; (vii) regional collaboration; and (viii) support MOH and PIU in ensuring compliance to ADB SPS requirements and national laws, rules and regulations.
Central and West Asia Department
Project contacts not available at the time of disclosure.
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