The Project involves an IFC equity investment of up to US$22.0 million and debt investment of up to US$5 million in a newly established special purpose vehicle, Hospital Holdings Investment B.V (“HHI” or the “Company”), set up by an IFC investee fund, Investment Fund for Health in Africa II (“IFHA-II”), to finance the acquisition and integration of targeted healthcare services businesses in Sub-Sahara Africa (SSA). This is part of a US$107 million fund raising round being lead jointly by IFC and IFHA-II into the Company. The Company currently has one subsidiary, NGH Investment B.V, which in turn has a subsidiary, Kiambu Road Investment Limited. Kiambu Road Investment Limited has acquired 3 acres of commercial land along Kiambu Road, in Nairobi Kenya, for the construction of a greenfield hospital.
Contact Person: Menka Shah
Company Name: Hospital Holdings Investment B.V
Address: The Oval, 4th Floor, Ring Road Parklands, Nairobi,
Phone: +254 734 913 572
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