World Bank To Provide Additional $150M To Bangladesh To Improve Health Sector
Reuters: Bangladesh gets $150 million from World Bank for health
“The World Bank said on Sunday it has approved $150 million in additional financing to help improve Bangladesh’s health systems and services, bringing its total support for health projects in the country to $508.9 million. The support will help the government address health sector challenges, including sustaining and improving immunization coverage, improving deliveries for pregnant women at public health facilities, and tackling multi-drug resistant tuberculosis, the World Bank said in a statement…” (Paul, 6/26).
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