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World Bank Health

@WBG_Health

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News from the World Bank health team. Strong health systems create healthy futures.

Washington, DC
Joined on October 24, 2010
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @WBG_Health and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
8 hours
Average replies
1
Average retweets
5
Average likes
11
Tweets with photos
17 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Tweets with links
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104. globally and in category Finance

597. in category Finance

“Improving the trauma care system was an essential component of road safety management in Tamil Nadu”. Read about how this state in India has managed to reduce its road deaths by over 25%: https://t.co/fjDQcjNjz5

The @WorldBank’s first #COVID19 vaccine project aims to provide #vaccines for over 2 million individuals in #Lebanon. Read the press release: https://t.co/GYxdgZ4Unl

.@WorldBank projects are supporting #MentalHealth interventions to help people deal with #COVID19 lockdowns, infection fears, misinformation, job losses, and stigma. Learn about our emergency health support to countries: https://t.co/lmfcpKZJDe #WBG_BiggerPicture

On this International #EducationDay we are reflecting on the medical education reform in #Vietnam that began in 2001. Read about how the transformation to a competency-based program has improved the quality of medical #education in the country: https://t.co/EnRm8GYHck

While the approval of multiple #COVID19 vaccines points to a brighter future, the next two years could still be tough for health financing – due to tight budgets postponed health services. How can countries strengthen health financing for better outcomes? https://t.co/FU0Rp1j1lM

.@WorldBank's #COVID19 response targets 4 key areas: 
🚑Saving lives
😷Protecting the poor & vulnerable
📈Ensuring sustainable business growth
🏥Building a more #ResilientRecovery

A fresh look at our emergency health response: https://t.co/zy1DuJdGUp #WBG_BiggerPicture https://t.co/PO9NKR5CiH

.@WorldBank's #COVID19 response targets 4 key areas: 🚑Saving lives 😷Protecting the poor & vulnerable 📈Ensuring sustainable business growth 🏥Building a more #ResilientRecovery A fresh look at our emergency health response: https://t.co/zy1DuJdGUp #WBG_BiggerPicture https://t.co/PO9NKR5CiH

#DYK African countries in the #REDISSE program were well positioned to respond when #COVID19 hit? Here’s how this @WBG_IDA program is incentivizing countries to invest in modern disease surveillance systems, lab capacity & outbreak readiness: https://t.co/mulGDmX6CM #IDAWorks

.@VictoriaKwakwa: Building the capacity to test, trace, and isolate cases of the virus will remain critical not just until the arrival of a vaccine but throughout the prolonged period during which it is being deployed. Read more: https://t.co/dbLuFb0qxt #COVID19

International solidarity & cooperation are critical to ensure access to #vaccines and recovery of human capital, particularly in low-income countries. New Blog: https://t.co/yfkmxOBMWo

The @WorldBank Group Board has approved the first WBG-financed operation for #COVID19 vaccines. This financing for Lebanon will enable vaccine access for over 2 million people, with distribution expected to begin in early February 2021. [1/2]

The @WorldBank is supporting #India #SaveLives by supporting the country’s immediate health needs. Watch to know more:  https://t.co/Ecs1DaeDIR #COVID19 https://t.co/hLKE1B8CTH

The @WorldBank is supporting #India #SaveLives by supporting the country’s immediate health needs. Watch to know more: https://t.co/Ecs1DaeDIR #COVID19 https://t.co/hLKE1B8CTH

To improve the quality of #education, the @WorldBank, @EU_Commission, and @USAID are financing the Health Professional Education and Training for Health System Reforms project in #Vietnam – NEW BLOG: https://t.co/E1nNp5WQ64

.@DavidMalpassWBG on why fair and equitable access to a #COVID19 #vaccine is so important. Read his op-ed: https://t.co/WUR1LDdhUe #ResilientRecovery https://t.co/12BNj2nNj3

.@DavidMalpassWBG on why fair and equitable access to a #COVID19 #vaccine is so important. Read his op-ed: https://t.co/WUR1LDdhUe #ResilientRecovery https://t.co/12BNj2nNj3

Vietnamese medical #education reform follows a competency-based and system-based approach - --NEW BLOG: https://t.co/kIGwAx2gcZ

How do we implement #DigitalHealth solutions effectively, to deliver more person-centered and integrated care, tailored to each country’s needs, leaving no one behind? We look to #LatinAmerica for lessons on boosting #PrimaryHealthCare: https://t.co/JFrc0g9c6F #PHC

Medical students in #Vietnam learn theories in classroom and practice in clinical simulation centers --NEW BLOG: https://t.co/EUnWhyNUO6

The #COVID19 crisis has had devastating impacts on #health and economies, with #women and girls paying the highest price. The international community to work together to regain the progress lost on #genderequality in health https://t.co/8cXzxVsqyL

#SriLanka's Puttalam was one of the first districts hit by Covid-19. Here's how Dr. Dabrera helped curb the spread of the virus in local communities. Our latest series on how Sri Lankan health workers are managing the pandemic: https://t.co/klP4mZ6xYt @WBG_Health @MamtaMurthi

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