The Practice Manager in the Urban, Rural & Social Development Global Practice for Africa ,Elisabeth Huybens who signed for the World Bank said the project is to reinforce the health system and render it performant.
It is worth nothing that, the venture is intended to improve on global health and ameliorate health services with a particular interest on reproductive health, infant mortality and nutrition.
In Africa, twenty-six health districts have been sidelined to benefit from this largesse with Cameroon inclusive.
The Minister of Economy, Louis Paul Motaze and that of Public Health, Andre Mama Fouda both signatories agreed to the terms of the accord which has to do with reviewing health training and facilities in the country.
According to the country’s health boss, beneficiaries will be trained on antenatal care, good patient relationship amongst others and the finance will only be given the assistance after illustrating good health services.