Mozambique"s government on Tuesday ratified an agreement on a donation of $13 million (€11.4 million) given by the International Development Association (IDA), the council of ministers announced in a statement.
The resolution said that the funds are for "additional funding for a primary health care programme," budgeted at $95 million (€83.9 million). Of this total, $80 million (€70.6 million) had already been listed with IDA in March.
The funding should be applied in health education and disease prevention programmes, vaccination, maternal and child health promotion, diagnostic services and common disease treatment.
IDA is one of the World Bank related bodies that has supported socio-economic projects in Mozambique.