The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) will provide the Republic of Moldova with a $40 million credit for the modernization and improvement of patient rehabilitation services.
The Parliamentary Commission on Foreign Policy and European Integration members have approved the initiation of a loan agreement with IBRD today.
The funds will be allocated for rehabilitating patients who have experienced strokes and heart attacks, as well as for preventive programs, non-communicable disease management, health worker training, and public awareness campaigns.
Additionally, the loan will support multidisciplinary care integration, digital infrastructure consolidation for rehabilitation services, discharge planning, primary healthcare protocols, and home care models development. The loan agreement is set to take effect within a maximum of 90 days from the signing date.