Original disclosure @ FMO website
Updated in EWS Nov 22, 2020
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According to the FMO website, the project aims to extend the health care services of the Kinondoni Hospital in Dar es Salaam by partially converting a vacant 3-acre (including buildings facility) into a COVID-19 unit to offer isolation and specific care for patients.
Total FMO Financing - EUR 0.05 MLN
Additional investment (9/3/2020) - EUR 0.22 MLN
Health Access International (HAI) is an independent hospital and healthcare consultancy company. It aims to create affordable quality healthcare for everyone by helping to develop smart and effective healthcare infrastructure and processes.
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