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Iraq - Emergency Health Rehabilitation Project (Inglês)

The Emergency Health Rehabilitation Project for Iraq aims to improve access to quality emergency services in selected health facilities to serve the urgent needs of the Iraqi population. There are four project components. 1) Rehabilitation of priority emergency services, including emergency obstetric care in 12 selected hospitals, and the urgent provision of basic medical and laboratory equipment to the selected rehabilitated hospitals. 2) Provision of a 3 to 6 month supply of up to 37 essential emergency drugs to be used at emergency facilities rehabilitated through this project. 3) Continued support to strengthening of planning and management capacity within the central and Governorate health administrations. 4) Support to project management.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2004/11/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Anexo técnico

  • No. do relatório

    T7644

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Iraque,

  • Região

    Oriente Médio e Norte da África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2010/06/18

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Iraq - Emergency Health Rehabilitation Project

  • Palavras-chave

    Environmental and Social Assessment Framework;Infant and Maternal Mortality Rates;access to basic health service;public financial management system;preparation of bidding documents;medical equipment and supplies;Selection Based on Consultant;Environmental Codes of Practice;access to safe water;bidding document for work;public procurement of good;primary health care facilities;short period of time;economic and sector work;Selection of Individual Consultants;procurement pharmaceutical;Emergency Medical Services;emergency obstetric care;emergency service;procurement and distribution;emergency health care;human resource development;health system management;physical rehabilitation;transfer of fund;human development indicator;health system development;air conditioning system;maternal mortality ratio;maternal mortality indicator;public health programs;procurement of work;social protection system;provision of equipment;human resource capacity;health information system;communicable disease control;private sector assessment;growth and development;internationally accepted standards;equipment and supply;management of procurement;public health specialists;open competitive tender;infrastructure and services;emergency obstetric support;delivery and installation;oil for food;local private sector;hospital emergency services;distribution of pharmaceuticals;centrally planned economy;invitation to bid;reconstruction and rehabilitation;national health accounts;local health authorities;institutional capacity building;method for procurement;Health Service Delivery;health care financing;law and regulation;flow of information;distribution of drug;health facility;train activity;management capacity;rehabilitation activities;emergency facilities;international procurement;civil works;financial statement;laboratory equipment;procurement practice;procurement staff;physical infrastructure;local contractor;health institution;variation order;donor community;donor coordination;hospital level;architectural design;procurement capacity;Technical Training;selection procedures;contract condition;administrative procedure;health infrastructure;proposal preparation;rural area;procurement method;prior review;international contractor;work contracts;small Works;Health policies;procurement activities;hospital rehabilitation;construction site;pharmaceutical sector;management structure;live birth;interim strategy;direct payment;health administration;commercial bank;diversified market;emergency equipment;infrastructure rehabilitation;construction supervision;assessment study;bid submission;disbursement procedure;consultancy service;medical supply;responsive bid;emergency medicine;maternity hospital;Donor Commitment;treatment facilities;financial status;risk assessment;procuring entity;medical waste;drug list;project risk;appraisal mission;hospital supply;international company;local bank;bid security;contract price;Consulting services;political will;raw material;urgent rehabilitation;drug regulatory;project operation;drug supply;cash basis;winning bidder;comparative advantage;local representatives;Exchange Rates;iraqi dinar;adequate training;results framework;Project Monitoring;political transition;id number;equitable access;vulnerable group;safeguard issue;independent audit;security arrangement;resuscitation equipment;diagnostic services;diagnostic equipment;education systems;basic infrastructure;development partner;Health Promotion;social cohesion;oil production;coordinating mechanism;donor agencies;donor financing;medium-term program;health status;poor sanitation;unsafe food;institutional inefficiencies;adequate facility;noncommunicable diseases;short-term training;fuel cost;organizational structure;emergency operation;clinical training;managerial capacity;procurement action;reporting system;pharmaceutical procurement;direct contracting;health good;single source;inappropriate policy;food safety;health situation;Essential Drugs;transportation cost;critical care;banking fee

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