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Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Honduras Improving Access and Governance in Health - P176532 (English)

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  • Author

    Collin Dit De Montesson,Nicolas Antoine Robert

  • Document Date

    2021/06/29

  • Document Type

    Project Information Document

  • Report Number

    PIDC32129

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Honduras,

  • Region

    Latin America & Caribbean,

  • Disclosure Date

    2021/06/29

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Honduras Improving Access and Governance in Health - P176532

  • Keywords

    primary health care services; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; Environmental and Social Risk Rating; maternal and child health services; strengthening human resources; use of family planning services; essential health services; quality of health services; Global Financing Facility; complete secondary education; Adolescent and Youth Health; access to basic service; nutritional status of child; primary health care system; finance activity; health and nutrition; public health system; infectious disease outbreak; adolescent pregnancy; quality of care; development of communication; medical waste management; primary care services; access to health; private sector actors; energy efficient equipment; body of water; domestic economic activity; contribution of women; human capital outcomes; services for adolescents; emergency operations center; public health risk; person with disability; vulnerable social group; information management solution; personal protective equipment; health care centers; high crime rate; Investment Project Financing; lack of resource; million people; minister of finance; education level; Child Mortality; project intervention; Maternal Mortality; national laboratory; rural area; health emergency; live birth; health systems; natural hazard; emergency preparedness; geographical area; subnational levels; surveillance information; field surveillance; vector control; Social Protection; pandemic response; awareness campaign; vaccination program; high vulnerability; regional surveillance; fact sheet; recent months; response system; dengue epidemic; action agenda; global development; limited capacity; external shock; pandemic preparedness; electronic equipment; project costing; surveillance system; young child; social impact; targeted population; civil society; health indicator; mitigation measure; community mobilization; new equipment; alternative delivery; Job Creation; capacity strengthening; laboratory system; citizen engagement; third pillar; social mobilization; sustainable business; risk communication; zoonotic disease; children of ages; Medical care; income quintile; efficient management; high frequency; strategic management; double burden; required measure; social aspect; geographical region; private asset; rural population; financing instrument; vaccine coverage; preventive health; nutrition service; institutional context; monitoring tool; medical service; global recession; digital system; biological risk; pandemic level; health commodity; prevention services; real gdp; temporary shelter; civil works; catastrophic impact; local population; critical infrastructure; environmental perspective; donor coordination; vaccination delivery; remote area; lifetime earnings; intergenerational transmission; core indicator; project datum; health campaign; recent years; statistical table; communication strategy; medical attention; Health Promotion; chronic medication; food insecurity; income loss; applicable legislation; female youth; health authorities; child bearing; tropical cyclone; geographic location; reproductive age; mitigation strategy

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Citation

Collin Dit De Montesson,Nicolas Antoine Robert

Concept Project Information Document (PID) - Honduras Improving Access and Governance in Health - P176532 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/687201624932168911/Concept-Project-Information-Document-PID-Honduras-Improving-Access-and-Governance-in-Health-P176532