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    Strengthening Pandemic Response and Preparedness and Health Supply Chains

    Longer-term strengthening of public health supply chains and improving country-level pandemic preparedness to help provide better access to supplies for vulnerable populations

    The Program

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    Partner:World Food Programme (WFP)
    Budget1.5 billion yen
    Term5 years

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    Today, health supply chains face new and unprecedented threats from global pandemic outbreaks including COVID-19 that often occur in the world’s most vulnerable areas. Moreover, across the world, an estimated 2 billion people currently do not have access to essential supplies. This partnership focuses on making health systems more resilient and enhance their ability to absorb and respond to health shocks by improving existing supply chains.




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