IFC invests $15 million in Transform Health Fund, managed by Africinvest and Health Finance Coalition
The IFC will invest $15 million in the NGO Health Finance Coalition, which plans a $100 million vehicle targeting the African private sector. The NGO is funded by US charitable trusts like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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▪ IFC invests $15 million in Transform Health Fund, managed by Africinvest and Health Finance Coalition
▪ The IFC will invest $15 million in the NGO Health Finance Coalition, which plans a $100 million vehicle targeting the African private sector. The NGO is funded by US charitable trusts like the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
The NGO Health Finance Coalition is launching a $100 million debt fund, the Transform Health Fund, focused on the African continent and health companies assiting fragile populations post-Covid.
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