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World Bank supports Ghana with $200 million to procure Covid-19 Vaccines

Accra, June 11, GNA – The World Bank has approved a $200 million Ghana COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response Project Second Additio...

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Accra, June 11, GNA – The World Bank has approved a $200 million Ghana COVID-19.

June 11, GNA – The World Bank has approved a $200 million Ghana COVID-19 Emergency.

11, GNA – The World Bank has approved a $200 million Ghana COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness.



The project, in collaboration with the COVAX Facility COVID-19 vaccine acquisition, will provide.

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The project, in collaboration with the COVAX Facility COVID-19 vaccine acquisition, will provide financing.

/> The project, in collaboration with the COVAX Facility COVID-19 vaccine acquisition, will provide financing to.

project, in collaboration with the COVAX Facility COVID-19 vaccine acquisition, will provide financing to support.



Ghana experienced a surge in infections and fatalities in January 2021, entering a.

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Ghana experienced a surge in infections and fatalities in January 2021, entering a second.

The number of daily active cases in February 2021 was as high as the peak.

number of daily active cases in February 2021 was as high as the peak of.

Furthermore, Ghana was also confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in.

Ghana was also confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in South.

was also confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in South Africa.

also confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in South Africa.

confirmed to have recorded the COVID-19 variant, which first appeared in South Africa.

“The.

“We are also aware of the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and.

are also aware of the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and logistics.

also aware of the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and logistics due.

aware of the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and logistics due to.

of the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and logistics due to the.

the continuing difficulties in having access to COVID-19 vaccines and logistics due to the global.

The project will also support an equitable and effective distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in line.

project will also support an equitable and effective distribution of COVID-19 vaccines in line with.



“The project will build on efforts of the existing Ghana COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness.

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“The project will build on efforts of the existing Ghana COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and.

/> “The project will build on efforts of the existing Ghana COVID-19 Emergency Preparedness and Response.

It will help to strengthen cold chain equipment, vaccine safety monitoring and medical waste management.”.

will help to strengthen cold chain equipment, vaccine safety monitoring and medical waste management.” said.



Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Bank Group has committed.

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Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Bank Group has committed over.

/> Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, the World Bank Group has committed over $125.



The financing is helping more than 100 countries strengthen pandemic preparedness, protect the.

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The financing is helping more than 100 countries strengthen pandemic preparedness, protect the poor.

The Bank is also providing $12 billion to help low- and middle-income countries purchase and.

Bank is also providing $12 billion to help low- and middle-income countries purchase and distribute.

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