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Mauritania - COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project : Additional Financing (English)


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    Africa West,

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    Mauritania - COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project : Additional Financing

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    Vaccines; cold chain equipment; Expanded Program on Immunization; project design and implementation; process use; community health and safety; medical equipment and supplies; Gender-Based Violence; Occupational health and safety; Infection Prevention and Control; disease surveillance system; grievance redress mechanism; personal protective equipment; global warming potential; Investment Project Financing; place of residence; regulatory authority; standard operating procedure; Grievance Redress Service; purchasing power parity; minister of health; disaster response system; public health threat; health information system; disease surveillance capacity; safety of vaccine; risk mitigation strategy; health care delivery system; lack of transportation; access to school; Public Health Emergency; incident management system; areas of expertise; limitation of liability; access to vaccine; long-term climate change; due diligence assessment; development of vaccine; demand for vaccines; Health System Strengthening; community engagement; indemnification provision; vaccination campaign; readiness assessment; health facility; storage capacity; health post; compensation scheme; health systems; population target; confirmed case; safety boxes; mobile teams; equitable access; participating country; vaccination strategy; purchase agreement; vaccination coverage; national system; preparedness capacity; indemnification arrangement; Data Protection; mandatory vaccination; Public Transportation; financing instrument; health response; gap analysis; new vaccine; pandemic preparedness; curative service; case detection; active surveillance; vaccine strategy; several countries; stakeholder engagement; aids care; pandemic response; international body; communication strategy; adverse events; supply needs; social data; rural area; geographic location; liability clause; supply contract; vaccine coverage; legal framework; contractual provision; parallel financing; critical data; internal auditor; socioeconomic impact; disbursement rate; statutory framework; national strategy; minimum requirement; early detection; disease outbreak; global health; communication preparedness; central department; fiduciary arrangement; project's progress; disbursement condition; non-governmental organization; intermediate indicator; district hospital; monthly reports; healthcare worker; project accounting; Medical care; vaccine supply; family obligation; bilateral arrangement; indemnity agreement; market participant; biomedical waste; immunization card; regular monitoring; call center; basic infrastructure; community mobilization; the administration; public space; professional group; destruction of sites; national language; refugee population; nomadic population; security forces; chronic patients; operational level; technical committee; national hospital; remote area; smaller vehicle; central storage; injection safety; fundamental right; Health Service; compensation fund; exclusive use; auto-disable syringe; large town; regional capital; intermediate level; needle use; social recovery; community festivals; essential services; biological risk; appropriate dose; Learning and Innovation Credit; effective vaccines; economic recovery; global production; vaccine research; immune response; important change; dry storage; potential liability; epidemiological data; personal data; regulatory measure; routine monitoring; financial resource; decentralized level; resource mobilization; national logistic; governing body; Health Workers; first stage; radio spots; vaccine market; risk communication; Exchange Rates; Disaster Risk; delivery time; regulatory approval; results framework; operation risk; vaccination system; response activity; necessary investment; emergency use; calendar year; facilitated procurement; global pandemic; partnership framework; Resource Efficiency; pollution prevention; working condition; human capital; land acquisition; health protection; land use; cases reported



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Mauritania - COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project : Additional Financing (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.