According to bank documents, this World Bank project would "strengthen the national public health preparedness capacity to prevent, detect and respond to the Covid-19 pandemic in Mauritania."
The proposed activities are based on Mauritania's Covid-19 Preparedness and Response Plan, prepared in collaboration with the World Health Organization.
Project components are:
1) Emergency Covid-19 Response
Case detection, confirmation, contact tracing, recording, and reporting
Health system strengthening
2) Implementation Management and Monitoring and Evaluation
Project monitoring and evaluation
The World Bank has classified this project as having a Substantial environmental and social risk category.
Moussa Dieng / Economist (Health) and Task Team Leader / 5352+4165 / email@example.com
Djibrilla Karamoko / Senior Health Specialist and Task Team Leader / 5352+4208 / firstname.lastname@example.org
Borrower / Client / Recipient
Ministry of Economy and Industry
Abdel Aziz Ould Dahi / Minister of Economy and Industry / email@example.com
Ministry of Health
Dr. Mohamed Nedhirou Hamed / Minister of Health / firstname.lastname@example.org
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