COVID-19: How the World Bank is helping countries procure critical medical supplies

In the global crisis caused by the coronavirus (COVID-19), the World Bank is helping CoronaVirusHeader-Final-3-1536x647client countries respond. The World Bank Group will deploy up to $160 billion over the next 15 months to support COVID-19 measures that will help countries respond to immediate health consequences of the pandemic, support households and firms, and bolster economic recovery. Our first package of fast-track emergency health financing launched on April 2, 2020, and we are working with our borrowers as they move to implement emergency projects. A key component of this implementation is client access to critical medical equipment and supplies.

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eC2: Technical and Specialist Advice on Medical Diagnostic Imaging Procurement

pexels-photo-287237.jpegDeadline: 16-Apr-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective: The Bank wishes to establish a framework agreement for these advisory services. The qualified firms will provide support and technical assistance in reference, but not limited, to the following:

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