According to bank provided information, the project objective is to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 and strengthen national systems for public health preparedness.
The proposed AF will enable Tunisia to reach its revised, more ambitious coverage goals, and extend protection by providing boosters as well as increased health system capacity for case management for its population to combat the more transmissible Omicron variant as well as potential future variants.
The proposed AF will also enable Tunisia to further strengthen its health system capacity and resiliency, improving its ability to withstand future health and climate shocks.
The proposed AF will expand the scope of Component 1 (Emergency COVID-19 Response) to finance the purchase of 4.2 million vaccine doses, which will be utilized to contribute to closing the coverage gaps for Tunisia’s vaccination goals.
Republic of Tunisia
Directeur Général de la Coopération Multilatérale- Ministè
Ministry of Health
Ministry of Health
Director General of Health Services, Ministry of Health
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