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Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Mizoram Health Systems Strengthening Project (P173958) (English)


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    Environmental and Social Management Plan

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    South Asia,

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    Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Mizoram Health Systems Strengthening Project (P173958)

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    auxiliary nurse midwife; quality of health services; Indian Council of Medical Research; discrimination on grounds of sex; environmental and social management; health facility; legal and regulatory framework; demographic profile; health insurance program; gender based violence; community health and safety; Infection Prevention and Control; Human Resources for Health; pollution control board; management of health services; access to health service; health care delivery system; quality of service delivery; Human Resource Management System; lower respiratory tract infection; Occupational health and safety; renewable source of energy; biomedical waste; health facility level; grievance redress mechanism; public health system; health insurance scheme; health and nutrition; community level intervention; improved working condition; private sector partnership; rural area; protected area; Health System Strengthening; human resource development; maternal health care; Bureau of Health; length and breadth; state insurance program; quality assurance system; capacity building plan; standard and guideline; world health organization; infrastructure and services; law and regulation; cause of death; total fertility rate; female literacy rate; performance based contract; improvements in health; culture and tradition; health service management; primary care services; Health Service Delivery; low birth weight; forms of exploitation; private health services; equality of opportunity; collection of waste; burden of disease; use of technology; demand for service; status of woman; community health center; Code of Ethics; culture of accountability; legislation and regulation; health care facility; laws and regulation; adverse social impact; innovation in service; line item budget; collection of information; public health facility; private sector engagement; maternal mortality rate; health care facilities; Health Human Resources; quality assurance program; procedures for collection; quality assurance activities; due diligence procedure; personal protective equipment; primary health care; risk of exclusion; quality of healthcare; district hospital; disease burden; family welfare; geographical area; emergency response; technology solution; quality care; social distance; primary level; travel restriction; pocket expenditure; stakeholder consultation; government health; operational efficiency; liquid waste; tree cover; community intervention; collected information; consultancy service; hospital managers; improving management; ethnic group; baseline information; secondary information; infrastructure upgradation; stakeholder engagement; finance relationship; paradigm shift; total deaths; health index; child immunization; management structure; mitigation measure; Child development; health indicator; primary focus; Antenatal Care; financial barrier; hospital service; benefit package; civil works; dense forest; performance agreement; common treatment; respiratory infection; risk categorization; flood plain; mitigation actions; government service; state share; healthcare management; weak section; special care; social planning; social concern; tribal people; high concentration; accreditation requirement; urban region; Public Employment; international border; average height; government law; reporting procedure; social aspect; diminishing return; forest canopy; reserve forest; state health; small states; incremental improvement; resource shortage; health outcome; Child Health; born infant; confirmed tuberculosis; health systems; live birth; rural-urban disparity; child stunting; transaction system; cancer incidence; urban child; level of policy; Infectious Disease; hiv prevalence; treatment facilities; Natural Resources; female population; sex ratio; tribal population; Population Density; literacy literacy; gap analysis; necessary training; quality initiatives; medical statistics; emergency supply; ppp pilot; cervical cancer; linguistic difference; social life



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Borrowing Agency

Revised Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) Mizoram Health Systems Strengthening Project (P173958) (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group.