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Iraq - Emergency Health Project (English)

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  • Document Date

    2004/11/19

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    AB1235

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Iraq,

  • Region

    Middle East and North Africa,

  • Disclosure Date

    2004/11/19

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Iraq - Emergency Health Project

  • Keywords

    Infant and Maternal Mortality Rates;access to basic health service;Environmental and Social Safeguard;primary health care facilities;health and nutrition;Environmental Codes of Practice;access to safe water;short period of time;emergency obstetric care;Emergency Medical Services;human resource development;procurement and distribution;emergency service;health information system;health care financing;public health specialists;equipment and supply;Financial Management System;reconstruction and rehabilitation;bank for review;maintenance of facilities;air conditioning system;emergency health care;maternal mortality ratio;adverse environmental impact;health system development;Health Service Delivery;communicable disease control;maternal mortality indicator;emergency obstetric support;national health accounts;health facility;medical equipment;management capacity;safeguard policy;health infrastructure;physical infrastructure;land acquisition;Safeguard Policies;train activity;donor community;infrastructure rehabilitation;emergency equipment;live birth;civil works;emergency facilities;rural area;rehabilitation activities;donor coordination;Indigenous Peoples;public property;security environment;Waste Material;sanitary service;political will;sanitary facility;Waste Management;natural habitat;emergency conditions;managerial capacity;reconstruction work;selection procedures;maternity hospital;involuntary resettlement;cultural property;conflict countries;medical waste;treatment facilities;Donor Commitment;diagnostic services;disease profile;inappropriate policy;health outcome;Infant Mortality;emergency medicine;hospital emergency;epidemiological transition;noncommunicable diseases;double burden;health status;poor sanitation;unsafe food;institutional inefficiencies;adequate facility;Technical Training;Project Monitoring;adequate training;local representatives;donor agencies;resuscitation equipment;coordinating mechanism;diagnostic equipment;development partner;dramatic increases;population resettlement;Essential Drugs;Health Promotion;food safety;health situation;critical care;public consultation;independent audit;safeguard issue;comparative advantage;hospital rehabilitation;urgent rehabilitation;communications cost;health administration;laboratory equipment;clinical training;short-term training;pharmaceutical procurement;Health policies;vacant sites;management structure;special financing;financing source;security arrangement;transportation cost;banking fee;equipment operation;

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Iraq - Emergency Health Project (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/670581468253199621/Iraq-Emergency-Health-Project