Photograph: Pha Lina / Phnom Penh Post The World Bank (WB) has approved a US $ 20 million credit for the 19-country emergency response to the disease in Cambodia. Part of that is to help Cambodia achieve its 19th Global Comprehensive Disease Plan.
In a April 2 statement issued by the Post on Sunday, the World Bank stated: "Project This will help Cambodia achieve the goals set out in its 19-year master plan, including strengthening prevention activities. Disease, early detection of disease, preparation Level in response to the disease.
The World Bank's Country Director for Cambodia, Inngado Dora, said in a statement issued by the World Bank. Quickly during the outbreak of Kov 19, this will help Cambodia to respond to the medical emergency it has caused. All over the world that An unprecedented level.
“The financing is for Cambodia to procure the necessary supplies and equipment to bring it to Cambodia,” she said. Get tested for the symptoms and treatment of coronavirus 19 Reduce virus infection The disease soon heals and the economy Technological level soon recovered.
Government spokesman Phay Siphan could not be reached for comment yesterday as his phone was unavailable. .
Ou Vandin, secretary of state and spokeswoman for the Ministry of Health, could not be reached for comment. But on Sunday, she told the Post she had not received the information yet.
The World Bank said in a statement that the project will provide financing for the construction of a quarantine and treatment facility Patients will also be able to improve diagnostic capabilities in referral laboratories across 25 provinces. The project will also help to cover the cost of purchasing medical supplies and equipment needed to treat patients and prevent the spread of infection Well.
The World Bank added that the project will also assist with the rapid deployment of the Ministry of Health's Emergency Response Team through The hiring and training of additional staff strengthens the capacity of the Public Health Service's Emergency Operations Center. The center facilitates efforts to prepare for and respond to cow disease throughout the country and establish emergency operations centers at the provincial level.
According to the WB, the emergency response project also complements the long-term development work the WB is supporting in the health sector. There are plans to promote health equity and quality (HEQIP) that are improving access to quality health services for citizens. The poorest.
The World Bank is implementing a $ 14 billion financial package through a quick release mechanism for strengthening the response to disease Kiev 19 is in developing countries and helps the economy recover quickly. Immediate responses include financing, policy advice and technical assistance to countries dealing with epidemics. It depends on the economy and health.