The grant comes from the Avian and Human Influenza Facility, a multi-donor trust fund administered by the Bank Group.
As of 2006, Indonesia accounts for one-quarter of all confirmed cases of Avian Influenza (AI) and one-third of all deaths worldwide. At a meeting in Jakarta on August 24th, the Government of Indonesia, World Bank Group officials, and other key international partners met to discuss how to strengthen the response to AI in Indonesia. At the meeting, government officials announced its intention to expand the focus of Indonesia's National Strategic Plan for AI Control to AI surveillance and control. To fund the expansion, the Government of Indonesia and external donors agree to increase both GOI budget and donor financing. As part of the agreement, the World Bank Group commits $15 million from the Avian and Human Influenza Facility, a multi-donor trust fund administered by the Bank Group.
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