On World Health Day, U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC) reaffirmed its commitment to building a healthier world by investing in healthcare infrastructure and health services, health commodity manufacturing and supply chain, and digital health and health information in developing countries. Less than two years since the launch of DFC’s Global Health and Prosperity Initiative, DFC has approved and committed nearly $2 billion in new healthcare project investments worldwide, across 24 transactions.
DFC healthcare investments boost preparedness and resilience for future health crises, bolster treatment of infectious and non-communicable diseases, and expand access to water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) and proper nutrition; all of which are essential components to building and maintaining healthy communities.
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