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Project ID 00096648 Description MCA09 #42 GIN PREVENT EVD SPRE
Fund
Ebola Response MPTF
Start Date *: 18 Sep 2015
Theme
SO4 PRESERVE stability
Project status Operationally Closed
Country Guinea Participating Organization   UNDP - UNDP(MDTF/PUNO only).
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With the elections approaching, it is essential to ensure the most vulnerable regions have the adequate preparation to face the gatherings of thousands of voters in small confined places, more than ever increasing the necessary vigilance against the EVD. The  polling places will be equipped  with sanitary control equipment on a national level in order to prevent any potential EVD spread during the electoral process in the most vulnerable regions of Guinea.

This project aims to ensure:

  • Acquisition of sanitary control equipment for 7,500 polling places
  • Conditioning and deployment of sanitary control equipment

Conditioning and deployment of sanitary control equipment[AD1] 

 [AD1]Please provide some additional details on distribution mechanism for procured equipment

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