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

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  • Document Date

    2021/12/23

  • Document Type

    Project Paper

  • Report Number

    PAD4808

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    Cameroon,

  • Region

    Africa West,

  • Disclosure Date

    2022/01/10

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

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

  • Keywords

    Environmental and Social Management Framework; health information; Environmental and Social Risk Classification; Vaccines; united nations population fund; community health and safety; Financial and Technical Partners; Infection Prevention and Control; health care delivery system; incident management system; Grievance Redress Service; maternal and child health; process use; case fatality rate; emergency use; cold chain equipment; demand for vaccines; access to vaccine; health facility level; islamic development bank; long-term climate change; doses of vaccine; stocks of vaccine; health care service; due diligence assessment; distribution of vaccines; grievance redress mechanism; trained health worker; reallocation of fund; take time; availability of vaccine; regulatory authority; demand for service; Global Financing Facility; Strategy & Outreach; at risk group; points of delivery; essential health services; financing agreement; public health; primary healthcare; national system; community engagement; safety datum; regulatory procedure; retroactive financing; national capacity; monitoring tool; vaccination campaign; national logistic; eligible population; new cases; population target; chronic disease; mitigation measure; immunization records; poverty trap; environmental specialist; Waste Management; health systems; project effectiveness; project negotiation; equitable access; response activity; emergency response; supply chain; disbursement condition; procurement process; health response; national immunization; health districts; emergency financing; social media; social mobilization; immunization registry; resilient recovery; sex ratio; Essential Drugs; complementary resource; readiness assessment; dry storage; cases recorded; vaccine market; cases reported; financial commitment; regulatory approval; delivery time; pandemic response; vaccination effort; eligible suppliers; central coordination; government budget; global pandemic; pandemic situation; financing arrangement; medical equipment; global market; confirmed case; adult man; vaccine supply; utilization rate; Antenatal Care; important change; internal conflict; eliminating poverty; sustainable way; improving governance; epidemiological situation; human capital; immunization system; behavior change; health protection; global health; pandemic preparedness; social distance; response plan; fiduciary function; project's progress; tender board; contractual arrangement; vaccine delivery; internal auditor; safeguard specialist; humanitarian aid; immunization strategy; outreach strategies; big city; immunization campaign; Elderly People; in institution; refugee camp; displaced person; donor coordination; community outreach; operational expense; routine vaccination; case management; community level; research department; Health Workers; Learning and Innovation Credit; online platform; digital media; operational constraints; severe cases; surveillance facility; data sharing; protective equipment; framework agreement; security personnel; exchange rate; Exchange Rates; advance procurement; financing source; stakeholder engagement; international partners; working condition; communication plan; Resource Efficiency; pollution prevention; land acquisition; land use; international consultant; stock management; daily data; storage capacity; vaccine stock; analytical tool; Electronic Records; non-governmental organization; security arrangement; health products; vaccine source; financing instrument; risk communication; clinical audit; medical supply; immunization plan; Disaster Risk; national budget; funding gap; program leader; resource mapping; financial resource; environmental safeguard; Institutional data; communication preparedness; social data; vaccination system; bilateral cooperation; involuntary resettlement; import permit; Indigenous Peoples; regulatory requirement; Cultural Heritage

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Cameroon - COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project : Additional Financing (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/838601641854995555/Cameroon-COVID-19-Emergency-Preparedness-and-Response-Project-Additional-Financing