The city of Bogota is undertaking a health sector reform program to improve the quality and availability of primary, secondary, and specialized health services. Part of this program will include modernizing rundown hospitals and constructing new ones to meet the needs of Bogota’s growing population. IFC will work with the Financiera de Desarrollo Nacional (FDN), Colombia’s national development bank, to structure public-private partnerships to finance, design, construct, equip, maintain and provide selected non-clinical services in a variety of facilities.
The project will increase people’s access to equitable, affordable, and good quality specialized health services in the city of Bogota, including people living in many of the city’s low-income neighborhoods.
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