BAKU, Azerbaijan, October 7. A new private medical diagnostic center will be built in Kyrgyzstan with the support of the Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund (RKDF), Trend reports citing the press service of RKDF.
Russian-Kyrgyz Development Fund will provide credit funds in the amount of $460,000 to complete construction work of the medical diagnostic center in the city of Kyzyl-Kyya and purchase medical equipment.
Trained medical workers will provide the Kyrgyz population with a wide range of services, including surgical operations. About 10 surgeries per year will be free of charge for socially vulnerable segments of the Kyrgyz population. The center will have a daily patient capacity of up to 100 persons.
Technical support for the preparation of a business plan for the medical center was provided by the UNDP project “Capacity building for financing sustainable development in the CIS Region”, funded by Russia.