Karnataka Gets $70 Million from World Bank

by Sheela Philomena on  November 23, 2012 at 11:50 AM Indian Health News
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World Bank is planning to fund $70 million (Rs.387 crore) to Karnataka health systems development and reform project.
 Karnataka Gets $70 Million from World Bank
Karnataka Gets $70 Million from World Bank

"The objective of the loan is to improve the health services delivery, public-private collaboration and financing particularly for the benefit of underserved and vulnerable groups in Karnataka," the bank said in a statement Thursday.

An agreement for the assistance was signed by joint secretary in the finance ministry Prabodh Saxena, World Bank (India) operations advisor Michael Haney and state project administrator R. Vishal in the national capital Wednesday.

The project envisages strengthening of state-run health programmes, innovations in service delivery ad health financing, project management, monitoring and evaluation.

"The project financing will be implemented till March 31, 2016," the statement added.

Source: IANS

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