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Tajikistan - Emergency COVID-19 Project (Russo)

The objective of the Emergency COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Project is to prepare and respond to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic in the Republic of Tajikistan. There are four components to the project, the first component being strengthening intensive care capacity. As COVID-19 (Coronavirus) will place a substantial burden on inpatient services, this component will strengthen clinical care capacity by financing specialized intensive care units in selected hospitals, the procurement of medical supplies and equipment, training, and minor refurbishment required to upgrade and expand capacity to treat patients with the most severe manifestations of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). This component includes two subcomponents: infection prevention and control and improving and establishing ICUs. The second component is the multisectoral response planning and community preparedness. This component will support information and communication activities to increase the attention and commitment of government, private sector, and civil society, and to raise awareness, knowledge and understanding among the general population about the risk and potential impact of the pandemic and to develop multi-sectoral strategies to address the pandemic. The third component is the temporary social support for vulnerable household. This component will finance targeted, nutrition-sensitive cash transfers to provide time-limited support to vulnerable households, particularly food insecure households with young children where food price shocks caused by the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic can negatively affect children’s nutrition status and jeopardize the human capital investments being made by the Government of Tajikistan and the WB. This component will finance the cash transfers, and cover the costs of benefit administration, including the cost of expanding capacity of the beneficiary data base. The cash transfers will also provide an opportunity to use accompanying measure to promote optimal nutrition, appropriate hygiene, and preventive health services, as well COVID-19 (Coronavirus) infection prevention messaging (the development of the communication materials will be financed under component two). This component has been designed with potential for scale up in mind, recognizing that further financing may become available following this initial phase of emergency response. Finally, the fourth component is the project implementation and monitoring.

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  • Data do documento

    2020/04/02

  • TIpo de documento

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  • No. do relatório

    PAD3811

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Tajiquistão,

  • Região

    Europa e Ásia Central,

  • Data de divulgação

    2020/04/27

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Board Meeting Date

    2020-04-02T00:00:00Z

  • Nome do documento

    Tajikistan - Emergency COVID-19 Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Systematic Tracking of Exchanges in Procurement; economic and financial analysis; United States Department of Agriculture; target beneficiary; lack of investment in health; food price; Cash Transfer; social safety net program; Environmental and Social Safeguard; price elasticity of demand; Grievance Redress Service; Infection Prevention and Control; monitoring and evaluation arrangement; data indicator; maternal and child health; Demographic and Health Survey; investment need; primary health care system; community health and safety; impact from climate change; primary health care services; infected people; Social Safety Nets; fiscal space for health; large scale household survey; impact of price changes; personal protective equipment; emergency response; million people; mobilization of finance; capacity for implementation; food insecure household; global supply chain; intensive care units; school feeding program; depth of poverty; Health System Strengthening; cash transfer program; human capital investment; emerging infectious disease; social assistance program; Ebola virus disease; preventive health services; access to information; loss of life; diagnosis and treatment; social distance; national poverty rate; human capital outcomes; port of entry; shortage of supply; cost of benefit; health system development; Letter of Credit; long-term climate change; change in consumption; front end fee; strategy implementation plan; lack of resource; chronic health problems; food price volatility; supply chain approach; severity of impact; lack of income; female-headed household; distribution of medicine; Learning and Innovation Credit; health system response; public health measures; domestic food production; shortness of breath; fast track procurement; Research and Innovation; bed occupancy rate; point of entry; personal bank account; Advance Payment Guarantee; long-term capacity building; information and communication; submission of bids; focus group interview; economic growth rate; official poverty rate; share of benefit; equipment and supply; open society; internal audit arrangements; due diligence assessment; emergency response procedure; Public Health Emergency; income from remittance; global public good; food consumption pattern; public health aspects; emergency response plan; borrower for goods; health system performance; case fatality ratio; household receiving remittance; population at risk; flow of remittance; exchange rate volatility; community outreach activities; waste management plan; emergency response effort; fight against poverty; labor market impact; case fatality rate; global economic outlook; grievance redress mechanism; quality of care; cost of outbreak; public sector capacity; flow of good; income on health; former soviet union; local health authorities; households with child; preventive health care; procurement post review; foreign direct investment; household food consumption; combination of factor; result indicator; level of consumption; vulnerable household; medical supply; critical care; other development; test kit; dietary diversity; severe cases; development partner; response planning; young child; case detection; retroactive financing; symptomatic cases; health systems; national norm; age band; residual risk; caloric intake; community preparedness; beneficiary household; national communications; international community; clinical care; procurement data; supply constraint; fiduciary risk; community volunteer; stakeholder engagement; results framework; financial statement; cash assistance; operational plan; pandemic response; oil price; disease outbreak; procurement procedure; market condition; medical equipment; government spending; food insecurity; governance risk; operational readiness; pandemic preparedness; vulnerable population; remittance income; social pension; medical service; comparative advantage; risk communication; Health Workers; remittance inflow; response operation; emergency procurement

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