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Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Bangladesh - Improving Services Quality of Hospital Network and Financial Protection for the Poor - P174439 (English)

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  • Author

    Wang,Shiyong

  • Document Date

    2021/08/25

  • Document Type

    Environmental and Social Review Summary

  • Report Number

    ESRSC02250

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Bangladesh,

  • Region

    South Asia,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/08/25

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Bangladesh - Improving Services Quality of Hospital Network and Financial Protection for the Poor - P174439

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Management Plan; Environmental and Social Management Framework; Union Health and Family Welfare Center; Free, Prior and Informed Consent; Environmental and Social Review Summary; institutional capacity development; health and safety hazard; institutional capacity assessment; sustainable management; Occupational health and safety; adverse impacts on biodiversity; use of child labor; medical waste management; health facility; health care facility; fire safety systems; Health Service Delivery; medical waste disposal; underground water source; waste management equipment; natural water bodies; negative environmental impact; good infection control; hospital infection control; emergency response plan; social risk management; ethnic minority population; capacity building program; maternal and child; infection control measures; risk to health; risk of infection; Health System Strengthening; labor management; emergency response procedure; waste management practice; code of conduct; health service provider; types of wastes; health service provision; disposal of wastewater; transmission of disease; segments of society; health care access; safe disposal system; environmental health; high disease burden; health care facilities; mitigation measure; environmental risk; Natural Resources; health protection; community clinics; liquid waste; Health Workers; district hospital; contract worker; land acquisition; safeguard policy; Safeguard Policies; air emission; social impact; social background; renovation work; combustor design; waste feed; fire prevention; Cultural Heritage; Ethnic Minorities; customary use; financial intermediaries; sprinkler system; sanitation facility; health infrastructure; sustainable design; smoke alarms; Public Spending; high share; pollution impact; water conservation; forced labor; running water; general hospitals; storage area; fugitive emission; health institution; adequate supply; sewage management; social environment; sewage system; Contracting Out; water consumer; project construction; government stakeholders; development partner; general assessment; wastewater discharge; working condition; infectious waste; project costing; civil society; involuntary resettlement; labor influx; appropriate requirements; safety aspect; fire systems; clinical service; standard contract; generic terms; project datum; hazardous work; dissolved chemicals; youth group; neighborhood association; physical characteristic; resource constraint; rural area; risk classification; project risk; land pollution; plastic waste; transitional arrangement; human waste; borrower's commitment; material account; household income; public meeting; biomedical waste; regular monitoring; public consultation; target beneficiary; operational plan; bank client; water availability; health division; freshwater flow; groundwater salinity; social distance; travel restriction; ethnic group; vulnerable people; national regulation; sexual harassment; fire control; fire suppression; community workers; labor requirement; indigenous people; Indigenous Peoples; construction material; vulnerable communities; natural habitat; geographic area; capacity strengthening; healthcare services; business entity; service coverage; community engagement; delivery model; fire hazard; isolation ward; Medical technologies; medical technology; stakeholder engagement; further training; coastal region; open burn; staff capacity; primary beneficiaries; evacuation procedure; land use

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Citation

Wang,Shiyong

Concept Environmental and Social Review Summary (ESRS) - Bangladesh - Improving Services Quality of Hospital Network and Financial Protection for the Poor - P174439 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/172131629903546323/Concept-Environmental-and-Social-Review-Summary-ESRS-Bangladesh-Improving-Services-Quality-of-Hospital-Network-and-Financial-Protection-for-the-Poor-P174439