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December 9, 2010

World Bank Funds Nicaragua Healthcare Project

The World Bank has approved funds of $21m to improve family and community healthcare in rural areas of Nicaragua. The funding will expand the Health Ministry's health service coverage, rehabilitate health units and create a financial support fund in case of a public health emergency, a

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The World Bank has approved funds of $21m to improve family and community healthcare in rural areas of Nicaragua.

The funding will expand the Health Ministry’s health service coverage, rehabilitate health units and create a financial support fund in case of a public health emergency, according to World Bank.

The project will focus on 32 municipalities in Chinandega, Leon, Managua, Boaco, Chontales, RAAS, Rio San Juan and Alto Wangki y Bocay indigenous territory.

Camille Nuamah, the World Bank’s resident representative in Nicaragua, said the project will benefit approximately 625,000 inhabitants in these municipalities.

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