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Saudi-funded cancer hospital opens in Mauritius, offering new hope for patients

May 15, 2024

RIYADH — Sultan Al Marshid, CEO of the Saudi Fund for Development, inaugurated the National Cancer Hospital in Mauritius, which the fund financed through a $25 million loan.

This new hospital is a significant achievement that enhances the efficiency of the healthcare system in Mauritius and provides the highest standards of healthcare for cancer patients. It features 220 hospital beds and covers a total area of 21,000 square meters.

The fund has previously financed seven development projects in Mauritius through development loans amounting to $228 million, as part of its efforts to strengthen the pillars of sustainable development for developing countries around the world. — SG


May 15, 2024
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