According to project documents, this World Bank funding will support the prevention, detection and response to the threat posed by COVID-19 and to strengthen national systems for public health preparedness in Nepal.
Project components are:
1) Emergency COVID-19 Response
-Case detection, confirmation, contact tracing, recording and reporting
-Health system strengthening
2) Community Engagement and Risk Communications
3) Implementation Management and Monitoring and Evaluation
4) Contingency Emergency Response
The World Bank has given this project a Substantial environmental and social risk rating.
Kari L. Hurt / Senior Operations Officer and Task Team Leader / 5770+6136 / email@example.com
Manav Bhattarai / Senior Health Specialist and Task Team Leader / 5770+6128 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Borrower / Client / Recipient
Ministry of Finance
Mr. Shreekrishna Nepal / Joint Secretary, IECCD / email@example.com
Ministry of Health and Population
Dr. Bikash Devkota / Chief, Health Coordination Division / firstname.lastname@example.org
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