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Project ID:00092902Description:MCA07 #6 PAYMNT EBOLA WORKERS
Fund:
Ebola Response MPTF
Start Date *: 4 Dec 2014
Theme:
SO3 ENSURE essential services
End Date*: 31 Mar 2016
Country: United Nations Project Status: Operationally Closed
  Participating Organization:   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).
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#6 – PAYMENT PROGRAMME FOR EBOLA RESPONSE WORKERS - REGIONAL

The Accra component of the project will provide central liaison, reporting and information sharing functions supporting the learning of lessons, exchange of technical solutions and coordination of relationships with regional partners.

A priority to strengthen the health system is the retention of formal health sector personnel, the para-sector (including burial personnel) community engagement agents, including volunteers. It is essential to ensure that Ebola workers are paid regularly and in timely manner.

UNDP will lead efforts as part of its Ebola Crisis Response and Resilience Programme (ECRRP) to ensure that cash transfers are effectively utilized to guarantee 100% payment to HCWs.

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