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Moldova - Health Transformation Operation Project (Inglês)

The objective of the Health Transformation Operation Project for Moldova is to contribute to reducing key risks for non-communicable diseases and improving efficiency of health services in Moldova. The project will be a Program for Results, or PforR operation with a technical assistance component (Investment Project Financing, or IPF, with implementation details in annex eight). This will follow the existing fiduciary framework in the country. The program will be implemented by the Ministry of Health, or MOH and National Health Insurance Company, or CNAM, and both will be conducting procurement and financial management on their own as each have the established structures and the required authority. Every TT has three accounts within the Treasury Account, or TSA corresponding to the budget components: (i) one for state budget - main component; (ii) one for state budget - special means and special funds; and (iii) for ATU budget.


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    Moldova - Health Transformation Operation Project

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