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Tajikistan Aims to Build Stronger Health System, with Support from the World Bank - P4H Network

Tajikistan Aims to Build Stronger Health System, with Support from the World Bank

World Bank reported that the Government of Tajikistan launched the development of an investment plan to boost the health care system, at an event, which was attended by the representatives of the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Health and Social Protection, civil society, development partners, and the World Bank. The initiative is supported by the Global Financing Facility for Women, Children and Adolescents (GFF).

GFF, which Tajikistan joined in 2019, supports countries in their efforts to accelerate progress toward reaching universal health coverage and improving the health and the lives of women, children and adolescents. It aims to do so by improving donor coordination and resource mobilization in the health sector and by increasing the efficiency of domestic and international resources.

“By engaging in today’s exercise and prioritizing reforms and investments in health sector, we are creating a foundation for Tajikistan’s future economic growth and prosperity,” said Yusuf Majidi, Deputy Minister of Finance of Tajikistan and GFF Coordinator for Tajikistan. “I look forward to a productive exchange of ideas and experiences with our experts and international partners in order to accelerate health sector reforms, including implementation of sustainable health financing, and achieve the objectives of Tajikistan’s National Health Strategy.”


Read more in the original press release by the World Bank here (in English) or here (in Russian).