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Disclosable Restructuring Paper - Senegal COVID-19 Response Project - P173838 (anglais)

The objective of the Senegal COVID-19 Response Project is to prevent, detect and respond to the threat posed by COVID-19 and strengthen national systems for public health preparedness. The project restructuring is in response to a request from the Government of Senegal dated March 15, 2021 to extend the closing date of the project to enable sufficient time to prepare the Additional Financing package for COVID-19 vaccines and to continue to procure supplies for urgent need. The Additional Financing request was formally conveyed by the Government of Senegal in a letter dated February 4, 2021 to expand the COVID-19 response. The World Bank’s Board of Executive Directors approved an envelope of US12 billion dollars (IBRD/IDA) on October 13, 2020 to support developing countries in the purchase and deployment of vaccines as well as strengthening the related immunization and health care delivery system. The Additional Financing will form part of an expanded health response to the pandemic, which is being supported by development partners under the coordination of the Government of Senegal, and will enable the procurement and deployment of COVID-19 vaccines that meet the World Bank’s Vaccine Approval Criteria (VAC) for 55 percent of the population.


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    Africa West, Afrique,

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    Disclosable Restructuring Paper - Senegal COVID-19 Response Project - P173838

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    Public Health Emergency; severe acute respiratory syndrome; health care delivery system; economic and financial analysis; program development; emergency medical service; Emergency Medical Services; Investment Project Financing; point of entry; billion people; sanitation service provision; equipment and supply; community health worker; personal protective equipment; national system; test kit; diagnostic equipment; zoonotic disease; healthcare worker; risk communication; disease outbreak; behavior change; outcome indicator; social analysis; environmental analysis; program results; disbursement rate; Disease Surveillance; health care facilities; health response; operational mechanism; financing instrument; surveillance system; disbursement arrangement; development partner; results framework; global population; procurement contract; school closure; Public Facilities; intermediate outcome



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