The project design builds upon the successful outcomes of Healthcare Quality Improvement Project (HQIP) in improving the quality of primary health cares (PHCs), supporting a hospital accreditation pilot, and screening and treatment of Hep C. As under HQIP, the proposed project will follow a decentralized implementation approach and will expand accreditation of PHCs and hospitals, screen and treat Hep C. Capitalizing on the proposed Hep C interventions, the project will screen for the risk factors of the diseases that are the leading causes of deaths (e.g. diabetes and hypertension). Furthermore, the project proposes transformational support to key services that underpin the health system, including the pharmaceutical supply chain and blood banks.
The project has the following four components:
Ministry of Investment and International Cooperation
Program Manager- Financial, Social and Transport Sectors
Ministry of Health and Population
Head of Loans and Grants department
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