This Upstream Project will provide IFC with the opportunity to assist Zhende Medical Co. Ltd. in the early stages of developing a medical supplies manufacturing plant in Ethiopia's Kilinto Industrial Park. These medical supplies are among the critical healthcare products that countries have been attempting to obtain in their fight against the pandemic in order to protect healthcare workers and limit the virus's spread. The project plans to invest in three phases over three years, with the facility eventually producing a variety of products such as gowns, gauze, personal protective equipment, syringes, and other medical supplies.
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