Monday, 22 July 2019 09:06 GMT

USD200M project to aid Jordan's health services

(MENAFN) The World Bank has supported the Jordanian health services by approving a project worth USD200 million and the project will assist the Jordanian government to preserve the delivery of critical primary and secondary health services to uninsured Jordanians and Syrian refugees at the Ministry of Health's facilities as they said on Tuesday.

This project will make sure that Jordanian Ministry of Health will continue to provide critical health care services at a time when the arrival of Syrian refugees to the country continues to put pressure on the delivery of vital basic services.

This project also happened to present 2.1 million primary health care services and 2.9 million secondary health care services to Jordan Over the past year.

Saroj Kumar Jha, World Bank Mashreq regional director said that the government of Jordan was committed to taking actions on its commitment to universal health coverage, the statement also said that the additional financing wanted to help Jordan meet the additional strain on its health system and prevent the reversal of the substantial gains achieved by the sector over the last decade.


USD200M project to aid Jordan's health services


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