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Agency for sanitary-epidemiological wellbeing under the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan

Uzbekistan: Healthcare Emergency Response Project

  • 257 Million
  • Uzbekistan
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Uzbekistan: Healthcare Emergency Response Project
Company Name Agency for sanitary-epidemiological wellbeing under the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan
Funded By 117
Country Uzbekistan , Central Asia
Project Value 257 Million
Project Detail

OBJECTIVE To strengthen the public health emergency response and preparedness in Uzbekistan through upgrading national laboratories, developing surveillance systems, and building case management capacity to address the on-going COVID-19 pandemic as well as to enhance the country’s resilience and preparedness to cope with future public health disasters. DESCRIPTION The project scope will consist of the following three interlinked components: Component 1. Strengthening national laboratory system: 1.1. Enhancing COVID-19 and related testing capacity of the designated laboratories under the Agency of Epidemiological Wellbeing (ASEW) through laboratory renovation and provision of laboratory equipment, including personal protection equipment and testing kits. 1.2. Developing laboratory networking system for diagnostics, quality assurance, monitoring, and reporting. 1.3. Providing necessary training for laboratory workers to use technology and develop skills for testing and contact tracing. Component 2. Establishing national surveillance and response capacity: 2.1. Developing a national surveillance and monitoring system to strengthen screening, testing and contact tracing. 2.2. Strengthening border and rapid response by procuring surveillance and sanitation vehicles, equipment and supplies for the surveillance and response system. 2.3. Developing information and artificial intelligence applications for public use. 2.4. Providing necessary training for primary and institutional health care workers to use surveillance and monitoring system and personal applications. Component 3. Building Case Management Capacity: 3.1. Enhancing the capacity of the designated health centers to handle COVID-19 patients through renovation of these facilities and provision of medical equipment, supplies and ambulances. 3.2. Enhancing the technical capacity of health workers to effectively manage COVID-19 patients by providing clinical and service guidelines and related training.

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Company Name Agency for sanitary-epidemiological wellbeing under the Ministry of Health of Uzbekistan
Address Bobur Yuldashev Head, Department for Materialtechnical Base Development and Attraction of Investments, Agency for sanitary-epidemiological wellbeing
Email bobur.yuldashev.moh@gmail.com
Web Site https://www.aiib.org/en/projects/details/2020/proposed/Uzbekistan-Healthcare-Emergency-Response-Project.html

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Department of Health

Philippines COVID-19 Emergency Response Project

  • 100 Million
  • Philippines
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Philippines COVID-19 Emergency Response Project
Company Name Department of Health
Funded By 106
Country Philippines , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 100 Million
Project Detail

The purpose of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Project in the Philippines is to strengthen the Philippines capacity to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and strengthen national systems for public health preparedness. This project consists of four components. The first component strengthens the emergency COVID-19 (Coronavirus) health care response. The aim of this component is to strengthen essential health care service delivery system to be able to respond to a surge in demand as a result of anticipated rise in the number of COVID-19 cases in the coming months. It consists of the following three subcomponents: (i) Provision of medical and laboratory equipment and reagents; (ii) Provision of medical supplies, including Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), medicines, and ambulance, and; (iii) Enhancing isolation/quarantine facilities. The second component strengthens laboratory capacity at national and sub-national level to support Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs) Prevention, Preparedness, and Response. Component three is Implementation Management and Monitoring and Evaluation. This component will support the Department of Health (DOH) as the implementing agency of the project. Component four is Contingent Emergency Response (CERC). In the event of an Eligible Crisis or Emergency, the project will contribute to providing immediate and effective response to said crisis or emergency

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Company Name Department of Health
Address Team Leader Gabriel Demombynes, Sutayut Osornprasop
Web Site https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P173877

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Ministry of Health

Liberia COVID-19 Emergency Response Project

  • 8 Million
  • Liberia
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Liberia COVID-19 Emergency Response Project
Company Name Ministry of Health
Funded By 106
Country Liberia , Western Africa
Project Value 8 Million
Project Detail

The purpose of the COVID-19 Emergency Response Project in Liberia is to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and strengthen national systems for public health preparedness. This project consists of five components. Component one will provide immediate support to Liberia to prepare and respond to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) importation and local transmission of cases through containment strategies and provision. There are three subcomponents: (i) Support to National and Sub-national, Preparedness and Response; (ii) Support for case detection, confirmation, contact tracing, recording and reporting, and; (iii) Support to the surveillance system to facilitate recording and on-time virtual sharing of information. Component two will support activities to strengthen disease surveillance systems in public health laboratories and epidemiological capacity for early detection and confirmation of cases. Component three will finance the strengthening of public health services to increase the capacity of the public health system for the response to COVID-19. There are three subcomponents: (i) Strengthening of health facilities and service delivery; (ii) Strengthening of the human resource surge, and; (iii) Logistics and emergency ambulance services. Component four is Community Engagement, Risk Communication, and Advocacy. There are three subcomponents: (i) Community engagement; (ii) Risk communication and advocacy, and; (iii) Social and community support. Component five is Project Management and Coordination, Monitoring and Evaluation. It has two subcomponents: (i) Project Management, and; (ii) Monitoring and Evaluation

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Company Name Ministry of Health
Address Team Leader Noel Chisaka, Opope Oyaka Tshivuila Matala
Web Site https://projects.worldbank.org/en/projects-operations/project-detail/P173812

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Austrian Red Cross

Self empowerment of women and fair access to health care in Assosa Woreda

  • 3,00,000
  • Ethiopia
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Self empowerment of women and fair access to health care in Assosa Woreda
Company Name Austrian Red Cross
Funded By 119
Country Ethiopia , Eastern Africa
Project Value 3,00,000
Project Detail

SHORT DESCRIPTION: Overall goal The project aims to reduce genital mutilation and other harmful traditional practices through culturally-sensitive awareness-raising in Assosa Woreda (Benishangul Gumuz region, Ethiopia), as well as empowering womens empowerment and equitable access to health care. (Contribution to SDGs 3, 5, 6, 17 and EU CAP II Objectives 7, 9) Expected results Outcome 1: In co-operation with the local Government Office on Womens and Childrens Affairs, a culturally and gender-sensitive Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) and other harmful traditional practices (HTP) education is being carried out in the schools of four districts. In addition, "Menstrual Hygiene Kits" are issued to female students and permanent gender clubs are set up at four schools. In order to reach broader sections of the population, a radio campaign will be carried out and co-ordination between the authorities and the communities strengthened. Outcome 2: Ensuring clean water and improved sanitation for a health center, improving the facilities of health posts in the villages, buying an ambulance and training medical personnel will improve the access and quality of womens medical care. Outcome 3: The capacity of the Ethiopian Red Cross in the areas of gender-sensitive programming, FGM and womens health will be strengthened to ensure a sustainable institutional anchoring of awareness on gender issues and womens rights. Target group / Beneficiaries A total of 1,153 pupils and 13,000 inhabitants are sensitized to FGM. Greater access to clean water, improved sanitation and health services will benefit approximately 18,000 patients in the catchment area of ??4 health centers. In addition, 40 volunteers and staff will participate in training such as trainings and co-ordination meetings between Red Cross regional offices, NGOs, public authorities and other key stakeholders. Activities Awareness raising campaign on FGM and other harmful traditional practices; Radio Campaign; Distribution of "menstrual hygiene kits" to "gender club" students at four schools; Strengthening coordination between public authorities and communities; Funding for 3 smaller local initiatives against FGM; Ensuring clean water and sanitation for a health center, improving health care equipment, buying a rescue vehicle, training for 8 health extension workers; Strengthening of 40 volunteers and staff of the Ethiopian Red Cross in gender-sensitive programming, HTP / FGM and womens health, coordination meetings between Red Cross regional offices, NGOs, public authorities and other key stakeholders.

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Mandatory Health Insurance Fund

Primary Health Care Quality Improvement Program

  • 414 Million
  • Kyrgyzstan
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Primary Health Care Quality Improvement Program
Company Name Mandatory Health Insurance Fund
Funded By 106
Country Kyrgyzstan , Central Asia
Project Value 414 Million
Project Detail

The development objective of the Primary Health Care (PHC) Quality Improvement Program Project for Kyrgyz Republic is to contribute to improving the quality of primary health care services in the Kyrgyz Republic. The development of the program started in early 2017 and involved multiple consultations at the national and regional levels. Improved health outcomes and quality of services, reduced inequities in health outcomes and financial protection, and strengthened public health are some of the stated program goals. Four areas focusing on issues related to specific care include public health, primary care, hospital, and ambulance service. Based on the state program for health development (SPHD) 2030 vision, the program focuses on the following three areas identified as the key weaknesses in improving PHC quality and where the Bank’s engagement is likely to make a significant impact: result area 1, integrating sustainable quality improvement mechanisms into service delivery; result area 2, strengthening strategic purchasing for the quality of care; and result area 3, strengthening health sector stewardship and governance for quality improvement. The program is thus focusing on establishing and strengthening systems for quality of care monitoring, purchasing, and governance in order to build and strengthen foundations for sustainable systemwide quality improvement. Read Less»

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Company Name Mandatory Health Insurance Fund
Address Ha Thi Hong Nguyen
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P167598?lang=en

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Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz

SELF EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND FAIR ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE IN ASSOSA WOREDA

  • 3,00,000
  • Ethiopia
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SELF EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN AND FAIR ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE IN ASSOSA WOREDA
Company Name Österreichisches Rotes Kreuz
Funded By 119
Country Ethiopia , Eastern Africa
Project Value 3,00,000
Project Detail

The project aims to reduce genital mutilation and other harmful traditional practices through culturally-sensitive awareness raising in Assosa Woreda (Benishangul Gumuz region, Ethiopia), as well as empowering womens empowerment and equitable access to health care. (Contribution to SDGs 3, 5, 6, 17 and EU CAP II Objectives 7, 9) expected results Outcome 1: In co-operation with the local Government Office on Womens and Childrens Affairs, a culturally and gender sensitive female genital mutilation (FGM) and other harmful traditional practices (HTP) education is being conducted at the schools of four districts. In addition, "Menstrual Hygiene Kits" are issued to female students and permanent gender clubs are set up at four schools. In order to reach broader sections of the population, a radio campaign will be carried out and coordination between the authorities and the communities strengthened. Outcome 2: Ensuring clean water and improved sanitation for a health center, improving the facilities of health posts in the villages, buying an ambulance and training medical personnel will improve the access and quality of womens medical care. Outcome 3: The capacity of the Ethiopian Red Cross in the areas of gender-sensitive programming, FGM and womens health will be strengthened to ensure a sustainable institutional anchoring of awareness on gender issues and womens rights. target group A total of 1,153 pupils and 13,000 inhabitants are sensitized to FGM. Greater access to clean water, improved sanitation and health services will benefit approximately 18,000 patients in the catchment area of ??4 health centers. In addition, 40 volunteers and staff will participate in training such as trainings and coordination meetings between Red Cross regional offices, NGOs, public authorities and other key stakeholders. activities Awareness raising campaign on FGM and other harmful traditional practices; Radio Campaign; Distribution of "menstrual hygiene kits" to "gender club" students at four schools; Strengthening coordination between public authorities and communities; Funding for 3 smaller local initiatives against FGM; Ensuring clean water and sanitation for a health center, improving health care equipment, buying a rescue vehicle, training for 8 health extension workers; Strengthening of 40 volunteers and staff of the Ethiopian Red Cross in gender-sensitive programming, HTP / FGM and womens health, coordination meetings between Red Cross regional offices, NGOs, public authorities and other key stakeholders.

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MEDFIELD DIAGNOSTICS AKTIEBOLAG

Portable solution for prehospital diagnosis of stroke in the ultra-acute phase

  • 71,429
  • Sweden
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Portable solution for prehospital diagnosis of stroke in the ultra-acute phase
Company Name MEDFIELD DIAGNOSTICS AKTIEBOLAG
Funded By 38
Country Sweden , Western Europe
Project Value 71,429
Project Detail

This project will change the clinical landscape for the early and differential diagnosis of stroke – moving the diagnosis to the primary ambulance intervention site with the use of Strokefinder – an innovative medical diagnostic device based on microwave technology. Today, stroke is responsible for 405,000 deaths (9%) in men and 583,000 (13%) deaths in women each year. The projections indicate that between 2015 and 2035, overall there will be a 34% increase in total number of stroke events in the EU. Most strokes (87%) are ischaemic (caused by thrombosis or embolisms) and the rest (13%) are haemorrhagic (caused mainly by rupture of blood vessel or aneurysm). The complications of ischaemic strokes may be limited by early thrombolytic therapy (treatment to dissolve blood clots). However, while 20-30% of patients arriving at specialised stroke centres may receive thrombolytic therapy, only 3-4% of the patient population are given such treatment, mainly due to long lead times in transport to and from the diagnostic instruments (CT-scans). A haemorrhagic stroke (bleeding) excludes thrombolysis therapy until a proper diagnosis is performed. Medfield Diagnostics has developed a portable, more affordable and easy-to- use diagnostic device for this clinical dilemma. The device utilizes changes in the electromagnetic properties of the brain as a biomarker to exclude haemorrhagic stroke. After having provided proof-of- principle in smaller clinical trials and developed a robust prototype, the objective of the proposed project is to develop a business plan that will guide a large-scale prospective clinical trial to validate the device and optimize the go-to-market strategy. The goal is to make early stroke diagnostic and more effective personalized treatment accessible to a much wider population of patients across the EU.

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Company Name MEDFIELD DIAGNOSTICS AKTIEBOLAG
Address Medicinaregatan 8b 41390 Goteborg
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/221145/factsheet/en

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Sichuan Province, China

Expansion of Ziyang Peoples Hospital No.2

  • 30 Million
  • China
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Expansion of Ziyang Peoples Hospital No.2
Company Name Sichuan Province, China
Funded By KfW Bankengruppe
Country China , Eastern Asia
Project Value 30 Million
Project Detail

The project involves the expansion of the only hospital of the highest national category in the Ziyang metropolitan area, located in Jiangyang district, Sichuan Province, China. It includes the construction of a new building complex for ambulance & emergency medicine and the purchase of medical and non-medical equipment. The project is intended to significantly expand the hospitals treatment capacity as well as the range of diagnostic and treatment options. Country / Region / Institution China number 31137 main emphasis health sector 12230 - Basic health infrastructure financial instrument development loan Other donors - German financing contribution EUR 30.0 million status active customer BMZ project partners PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA, PEOPLES REPUBLIC OF CHINA Responsible department East Asia and the Pacific

Sector Health and Medical

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SANITAIRE DES REGION DU

Manga Regional Hospital

  • 27 Million
  • Burkina Faso
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Manga Regional Hospital
Company Name SANITAIRE DES REGION DU
Funded By Kuwait Fund Financing
Country Burkina Faso , Western Africa
Project Value 27 Million
Project Detail

The Project consists of the following components: 1.Building works: Include all the civil and electro-mechanical engineering works required to build a regional hospital center with a building area of about 13,000 square meters with 200 beds capacity consisting of several medical units and an administrative building as well as service facilities 2. Supply and installation of medical equipment and accessories, furniture and vehicles (two ambulances, one care and thirty-six seater van). 3.Training program for specialized doctors and medical staff. 4.Engineering consultancy services

Sector Social

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Company Name SANITAIRE DES REGION DU
Address Address 1 DIRECTION GENERALE DE LA COOPERATION MINISTRY OF ECONOMY & FINANCE OUAGADOUGOU-BURKINA FASO Fax No 00226 50 37 64 99 Address 2 HEALTH PROJECT SENIOR MANAGER SANITAIRE DES REGION DU CENTER-EST ET DU NORD (PADS-CEN Telephone No 00226 50324962
Web Site https://www.kuwait-fund.org/ar/web/kfund/project-information

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Ministry of Planning and Finance

Central Hospital

  • 15 Million
  • Sao Tome And Principe
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Central Hospital
Company Name Ministry of Planning and Finance
Funded By Kuwait Fund Financing
Country Sao Tome And Principe , Central Africa
Project Value 15 Million
Project Detail

Rehabilitation of two buildings, constructing a new one and connecting them toghether, and providion od required medical equipment, 2 ambulances, power generator plus the engineering services for designs and supervision of construction

Sector Social

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Company Name Ministry of Planning and Finance
Address Address 1 Largo das Alfandegas P.O. Box 168 Fax No +2392223285
Web Site https://www.kuwait-fund.org/en/web/kfund/project-information

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