A Model for Integrated Health Services Delivery
Case Study on the Lesotho Hospital Public-Private Partnership.
For many years, Lesotho has urgently needed to replace its main public hospital, Queen Elizabeth II. In 2006, to maximize the use of limited resources and ensure long-term improvement in facilities and services, the government adopted the public-private partnership (PPP) approach for a new hospital. IFC’s Infrastructure Advisory Services Department advised the government in structuring a PPP for the design and construction of a new 425-bed hospital and adjacent gateway clinic, the renovation of three strategic filter clinics, and the management of facilities, equipment, and delivery of all clinical care services for 18 years. The project has a capital value of over $100...
Brief on IFC's PPP advisory support to the government of Lesotho for the set up of a sustainable waste management system.
Part of a series of country reviews aimed at improving the environment for private sector involvement in infrastructure, the report describes the performance of key infrastructure sectors in Lesotho. It also assesses the policy, regulatory, and institutional environment for involving the private sector to assist both policymakers in reform and development strategies and potential private sector investors in assessing investment opportunities. Key setors include in the telecommunications, power, water, and transportation.