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Posted By: ສຸກສົມຄວນ ຈັນທະມາດ, Date: 01/03/2021
The government of Laos is investing additional USD 10 million on the Lao PDR Covid-19 Response Project (Covid-19 Project-WB) to enhance the access to Covid-19 vaccine of the high-risk exposure priorities groups. This project will drive the positive environmental and social impact on improvement of the surveillance, reporting system of Covid-19 including the provisional support to household that highly at risk of infection. Nevertheless, the project might bring about risks and impacts on environment, society, health and security. Those risks include Medical waste management and infectious waste; Contamination of the virus from laboratory and quarantine facilities; Health and security impact to the health workers; Miscommunication and fake news circulation that threaten the society; Discrimination among the infected patients in the society and inequality of services accessing.
To avoid the negative impacts, the Covid-19 Project-WB has developed the Environmental and Social Framework and related documents which will be follow by the project. For the ultimate effectiveness and accessibility of the project, the project is opening for the feedback and comments. This can be done through the following platform email and WhatsApp +856 20 55227775; +8562055989225.
  ASIAN DEVELOPMENT BANK Association of Southeast Asian Nations - ASEAN ຄະນະສະເພາະກິດ COVID-19 ສປປ ລາວ. Japan International Cooperation Agency - JICA Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria World Food Programme World Food Programme The World Bank  Ministry of Health Lao PDR.  United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime World Health Organization: WHO  Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency: SIDA