Saudi Fund Establishes Cancer Hospital in Mauritius

The Saudi Fund for Development has established a cancer hospital project in Mauritius with an area of ​​21 thousand square meters, according to Saudi Press Agency.

The CEO of the Saudi Fund for Development, Sultan bin Abdul Rahman Al Murshid, inaugurated the cancer hospital project in Mauritius, which the Fund is financing through a soft development loan worth $25 million.

The hospital, with 220 beds, covers around 21,000 square meters. It aims to improve the health system, offer top-notch care, prevent chronic diseases, enhance services, develop capabilities, and support cancer patients, ensuring easy access to treatment and positive outcomes for beneficiaries.

This project comes from the Fund’s belief in the importance of the health sector and its role in the development of countries and the prosperity of their future. This is implemented within the framework of the Fund’s efforts towards strengthening the pillars of sustainable development in its various scopes and multiple forms in developing countries around the world.

The Saudi Fund for Development started supporting Mauritius in 1982, financing projects in key sectors. It funded 7 projects with soft loans totaling around $228 million to boost social and economic growth, facilitate development, knowledge building, capacity enhancement, and create job opportunities.

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