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Estonia - Health Project (Inglês)

The Estonia Health Project will provide technical assistance, fellowships, training, laboratory and teaching equipment, computer hardware and software, civil works and refurbishment of facilities, furniture and fixed equipment, and incremental recurrent costs for activities centered in the reform process. The project, which will be implemented over a four-year period by the Ministry of Social Affairs (MSA), the University of Tartu, and the Central Health Insurance Agency (CHIA), will consist of the following components: (a) health system reorientation which will support the MSA's new national health strategy; (b) development of human resources for health which will carry out programs for training and re-training health professionals and personnel; (c) efficient management of financial resources which will improve the management capacity of the CHIA and the local health insurance funds and to help establish clear links between these funds and health care providers; and (d) a project coordination unit which will oversee project implementation and management and will strengthen MSA's capacity to coordinate external assistance for health.


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    Relatório sobre Avaliação do Pessoal

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    Europa e Ásia Central,

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    Estonia - Health Project

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