Health June 8, 2024 - 9:00 am

US$190 MM loan will be for health care

Carlos Bonilla

Santo Domingo – The Minister of Housing and Buildings (Mived), Carlos Bonilla, endorsed the US$190 million loan agreement between the Dominican Republic and the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) because he said it will be invested in health infrastructure.

According to the official, resources oriented to health are a requirement for the sustainable development of society.

He was invited by the Permanent Commission of Finance of the Chamber of Deputies as part of the process of socialization of the loan, pending approval. Before the Commission of legislators presided by Deputy José (Bertico) Santana, the Vice Minister of Mived, Ernesto Mejía, pointed out that they have already made the surveys of the places that require hospital constructions and first level primary care centers that require renovation.

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