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Healthcare: IFC and IFHA launch a $115m investment platform

Healthcare: IFC and IFHA launch a $115m investment platform

The international development institution has invested $22m in the fund which targets the healthcare sector in East and Southern Africa.

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▪ The international development institution has invested $22m in the fund which targets the healthcare sector in East and Southern Africa.

https://www.jeuneafriquebusinessplus.com/en/800977/sante-lifc-et-lifha-lancent-une-plateforme-dinvestissement-de-115-millions/

28/11/2019 at 17h48, by Aurélie Benoit

The Hospital Holdings Investment (HHI) company was set up by the Dutch firm Investment Funds for Health in Africa (IFHA). With its $22m contribution, International Finance Corporation is making one of the largest investments in the African healthcare sector, outside South Africa. In addition to providing funding, IFC served as lead arranger with other backers – Swedfund, Proparco, Finnfund and IFU – for a total of $43.2m.

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