Original disclosure @ IADB website
Updated in EWS Jun 28, 2021
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This project aims to consolidate a regional cooperation action of the ACTO Member Countries in border areas of the Amazon Basin, which allows reducing in the short term the impacts of COVID-19 and the threats of emerging and endemic tropical diseases in indigenous peoples highly vulnerable in border regions, with special emphasis on indigenous peoples in a situation of initial contact due to their situation of vulnerability, and contribute in the medium term to the formulation, promotion, consolidation and institutionalization of public policies for the provision of health services that respond effectively to the needs of these populations, in coordination and jointly with the Ministries of Foreign Affairs and public entities governing health and indigenous peoples.
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