(Business in Cameroon) - The Cameroonian Minister of Public Health, André Mama Fouda, recently launched the works for the construction of a new hospital in the city of Ngaoundéré, the regional capital of Adamawa. The construction and equipment of the new health centre will cost FCfa 10 billion, we officially learned.
The works undertaken by the Moroccan company Alliances Construction are scheduled to last 18 months and will be delivered during the 3rd quarter of 2018. The Regional Hospital Centre of Ngaoundéré is part of the Three-year Emergency Plan to speed up economic growth and reduce poverty (Planut), adopted by the Cameroonian government in December 2014, and whose budget is valued at FCfa 925 billion.
Again as part of the health component of Planut, which also plans to strengthen technical facilities in some hospitals in the towns of Yaoundé and Douala, a reference hospital should be erected in the town of Bertoua, the Eastern Cameroon regional capital, by end 2018. Value of the announced investment: FCfa 9 billion.