As stated on the bank's website, the IFC will work alongside the Brazilian National Development Bank to advise three to five mid-sized Brazilian municipalities on the structuring and implementing projects in the modality of public-private partnerships (PPPs) to improve reach and quality of primary public healthcare facilities that are part of the Sistema Único de Saúde, the Brazil's Unified Health System. The PPPs will include the design, retrofit and/or construction of the facilities and provision of non-clinical services. The inclusion of some clinical services may also be considered by some of the municipal governments during project development. This initiative is supported by the Federal Investment Partnerships Program.
Amount of investment not available at the time of disclosure.
No project contacts available at the time of disclosure.
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