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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.

IFC Partners with Private Sector to Increase Access and Improve Health Care in Africa

Apr 17, 2008

IFC Partners with Private Sector to Increase Access and Improve Health Care in Africa

IFC’s recently released report, “The Business of Health in Africa” finds that the private sector is sometimes the only provider of medical services for the region’s poor... IFC’s recently released report, “The Business of Health in Africa” finds that the private sector is sometimes the only provider of medical services for the region’s poor...

IFC Backs Chinese Firm Pioneering Private Sector Solution to Public Health Threat

Nov 9, 2007

IFC Backs Chinese Firm Pioneering Private Sector Solution to Public Health Threat

IFC will invest $12.5 million in China’s UE Envirotech Pte. Ltd., a pioneering private sector medical waste treatment company. IFC’s investment will help the company... IFC will invest $12.5 million in China’s UE Envirotech Pte. Ltd., a pioneering private sector medical waste treatment company. IFC’s investment will help the company...

Burden on Public Health Care Systems Relieved by Investment Boom in MENA, IFC Says

Oct 29, 2007

Burden on Public Health Care Systems Relieved by Investment Boom in MENA, IFC Says

A wave of new spending on hospitals and clinics is expected to relieve the burden on public health systems and dramatically reshape the sector... A wave of new spending on hospitals and clinics is expected to relieve the burden on public health systems and dramatically reshape the sector...

IFC Promotes Best Practices in Private Health Care

Aug 2, 2007

IFC Promotes Best Practices in Private Health Care

Washington, D.C., May 10, 2007 — IFC is the world's largest multilateral investor in the private health sector in emerging markets as well as a key advisor of companies that support the growth of sustainable private health care... Washington, D.C., May 10, 2007 — IFC is the world's largest multilateral investor in the private health sector in emerging markets as well as a key advisor of companies that support the growth of sustainable private health care...

IFC, Sponsors Bring High Quality Health Care to MENA

Jul 30, 2007

IFC, Sponsors Bring High Quality Health Care to MENA

IFC is ramping up health care investments in the Middle East as demand grows for new hospitals and clinics. “IFC is very happy to work with strong sponsors... IFC is ramping up health care investments in the Middle East as demand grows for new hospitals and clinics. “IFC is very happy to work with strong sponsors...

IFC Leads Global Efforts to Meet Emerging Markets Demand for Better Health Care

May 4, 2007

IFC Leads Global Efforts to Meet Emerging Markets Demand for Better Health Care

IFC is the world’s largest multilateral investor in the private health sector in emerging markets. At its recent conference on “Private Health Care in Emerging Markets—Evolution or Revolution?". IFC is the world’s largest multilateral investor in the private health sector in emerging markets. At its recent conference on “Private Health Care in Emerging Markets—Evolution or Revolution?".