New Delhi: Nov 03, 2010
For addressing the shortage of medical staff and improving health services, the World Bank is supporting Meghalaya in India's northeast to establish its first public-private partnership for a new hospital and medical college. International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank group, was extending its global expertise in structuring and implementing public-private partnership transactions to assist the state in this project, reports IANS. Chief Minister Mukul Sangma said: "Successful implementation of the Shillong hospital and medical college will provide trained medical staff and quality and affordable health services to people and create employment opportunities."
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