Under this project, IFC will support the Government of Uzbekistan in structuring a PPP project and organizing a tender process to involve private partner who will design, finance, build, equip and provide contemporary radiotherapy services to cancer patients in Andijan and Fergana oblasts.
The Project will be conducted in two phases.
Phase 1: will consist of complex technical, legal, E&S and financial due diligence and transaction structuring.
Phase 2: will include preparation of tender documents in line with the PPP Law and support to the government in selecting private operator through a competitive tender process.
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