Report21 October 2020
Our Partners: The World Bank Group Fact Sheet
Over the last three years, the World Bank Group and Access Accelerated have been working together to accelerate sustainable and scalable solutions to NCD prevention, treatment and care. Together, we aim to improve the quality of care delivered and ensure better access to appropriate treatments for people in low- and middle-income countries. The World Bank Group has helped us:
- Inform local and global health priorities
- Accelerate public and private investment in NCD prevention, treatment and care
- Optimize engagement and set a gold standard for impact and rigor in public-private partnerships
In response to COVID-19, the World Bank is providing up to $160 billion in financing tailored to the health, economic and social shocks countries are facing. In addition, Primary Integrated Care For 4 Chronic Diseases staff in Kenya have proactively reached out to more than 6,200 patients to monitor their progress with preventing and managing chronic disease. Clinical services have also adopted new hygiene practices aimed at protecting themselves and their patients from coronavirus transmission.
Learn more about our work with the World Bank Group.
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