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World bank approves $350Mn financial aid for Gujarat

The amount issued by the World Bank will bolster the Shrestha program and help it develop surveillance systems for early detection of disease outbreaks.

Source - World Bank

The World Bank recently approved a US$350 Million loan to improve the quality and access of public healthcare services, with special focus on adolescent girls and disease surveillance in India’s Gujarat.

The loan will support the state’s Systems Reform Endeavours For Transformed Health Achievement In Gujarat (SRESTHA-G) Program, that improves the quality of the health system of the state by expanding the health services to the rural and urban people.

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