Coronavirus: $8 Million Awarded to Drug Purchases

As a result of the Coronavirus emergency, the CABEI granted each of the Central American countries financial resources for the purchase of medicines and medical supplies.

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

The international organization reported that it granted non-reimbursable financial cooperation in the amount of up to $8,000,000 distributed in $1,000,000 to each Central American country, including Belize, to attend to the health emergency.

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The document reviews that "... Cooperation resources may be used for any of the following purposes:

-Purchase of medicines and medical supplies to attend to any health emergency that may arise in the countries.
-Purchase of food, drinking water and other goods of primary use required by the affected people.
-Financing of campaigns and actions related to the care of the emergency and the affected population.
-Funding for disease response and preparedness plans; funding for strengthening surveillance, preparing health services, preventing the spread of disease, and maintaining essential services.
-Others required for the care of the emergency and the affected population, with due justification.
"

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