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IFC Works With Partner Banks To Reach More SMEs, Students

Mar 24, 2010

IFC Works With Partner Banks To Reach More SMEs, Students

Washington, D.C., March 24, 2010 — IFC is increasing access to local currency finance for small and medium enterprises... Washington, D.C., March 24, 2010 — IFC is increasing access to local currency finance for small and medium enterprises...

Expanding Health Access in Africa — IFC Unites African Ambassadors and Diaspora Community in Debate

Nov 24, 2009

Expanding Health Access in Africa — IFC Unites African Ambassadors and Diaspora Community in Debate

Washington, D.C., November 24, 2009 — The IFC-World Bank Health in Africa (HiA) initiative—a joint IFC-WB strategy aimed at strengthening private health care in Africa... Washington, D.C., November 24, 2009 — The IFC-World Bank Health in Africa (HiA) initiative—a joint IFC-WB strategy aimed at strengthening private health care in Africa...

New Equity Fund to Strengthen Health Care in Africa

Jun 12, 2009

New Equity Fund to Strengthen Health Care in Africa

Washington, D.C., June 12, 2009 — IFC and partners are helping save lives and strengthen health care in Sub-Saharan Africa through the creation of a private-equity fund that will invest in Africa's health sector. Washington, D.C., June 12, 2009 — IFC and partners are helping save lives and strengthen health care in Sub-Saharan Africa through the creation of a private-equity fund that will invest in Africa's health sector.

IFC Backs Africa Health Care Fund

Jun 10, 2009

IFC Backs Africa Health Care Fund

Washington, D.C., June 10, 2009 — IFC is helping to provide health services and save lives in Sub-Saharan Africa by creating a new private equity fund that will invest in Africa’s health sector. Washington, D.C., June 10, 2009 — IFC is helping to provide health services and save lives in Sub-Saharan Africa by creating a new private equity fund that will invest in Africa’s health sector.

IFC Conference Looks at the Future of Private Health Care in Emerging Markets

May 7, 2009

IFC Conference Looks at the Future of Private Health Care in Emerging Markets

Washington, D.C., May 7, 2009 — What will the future of private health care in emerging markets look like? Experts from around the world are attending this week’s IFC Health Care Conference to find out. Washington, D.C., May 7, 2009 — What will the future of private health care in emerging markets look like? Experts from around the world are attending this week’s IFC Health Care Conference to find out.

IFC Helps Expand Health Care in Afghanistan

Feb 24, 2009

IFC Helps Expand Health Care in Afghanistan

Washington, D.C., February 24, 2009 — About 70 percent of Afghanistan's people live in extreme poverty, according to the World Health Organization, and critical health indicators such as maternal and infant mortality are poor. Washington, D.C., February 24, 2009 — About 70 percent of Afghanistan's people live in extreme poverty, according to the World Health Organization, and critical health indicators such as maternal and infant mortality are poor.

IFC Helps Low-Income Nigerians Get Affordable Health Care

Nov 19, 2008

IFC Helps Low-Income Nigerians Get Affordable Health Care

Lagos, Nigeria, November 19, 2008 — More low-income Nigerian families can afford good medical care, thanks to a new IFC program that partners with health care provider Hygeia Nigeria Limited, an IFC portfolio company. Lagos, Nigeria, November 19, 2008 — More low-income Nigerian families can afford good medical care, thanks to a new IFC program that partners with health care provider Hygeia Nigeria Limited, an IFC portfolio company.

Expanding Health Services in Nicaragua

Sep 30, 2008

Expanding Health Services in Nicaragua

Managua, Nicaragua, September 1, 2008 — IFC is supporting the health care industry in Nicaragua by bringing high-quality, affordable medical services to people locally. Managua, Nicaragua, September 1, 2008 — IFC is supporting the health care industry in Nicaragua by bringing high-quality, affordable medical services to people locally.

IFC Grant Financing to Provide Low-Income Women in Sana’a, Yemen with Maternal, Newborn Care

Jul 10, 2008

IFC Grant Financing to Provide Low-Income Women in Sana’a, Yemen with Maternal, Newborn Care

Sana'a, Yemen, June 15, 2008 — IFC is providing grant financing of $6.23 million under its Performance-Based Grants Initiative for increased access to high-quality health care by private service providers in Yemen. Sana'a, Yemen, June 15, 2008 — IFC is providing grant financing of $6.23 million under its Performance-Based Grants Initiative for increased access to high-quality health care by private service providers in Yemen.

Nicaragua Hospital Increases Services and Access to Affordable Health Care with Help from IFC

Jul 9, 2008

Nicaragua Hospital Increases Services and Access to Affordable Health Care with Help from IFC

Managua, Nicaragua, August 29, 2008 — Nicaragua’s Hospital Metropolitano Vivian Pellas is increasing access to affordable medical care with the help of an $11 million IFC loan. Managua, Nicaragua, August 29, 2008 — Nicaragua’s Hospital Metropolitano Vivian Pellas is increasing access to affordable medical care with the help of an $11 million IFC loan.