According to bank documents, the project aims to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 and to strengthen national systems for public health preparedness in Solomon Islands. It has the following project components:
The World Bank has classified this project as having Substantial environmental and social risks.
Borrower/Client/Recipient: Solomon Islands
Mckinnie Dentana, Permanent Secretary for Finance and Treasury
Implementing Agency: Ministry of Health and Medical Services
Pauline Mcneil, Permanent Secretary for Health
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