The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) is bolstering Mongolia’s public healthcare system with a significant investment, which will be used to build a new hospital in Darkhan.

EBRD is extending a sovereign loan of €40.3m ($43.2m) and a €5m ($5.35m) capital grant to the Government of Mongolia for designing, constructing, and equipping a new hospital with 250 beds.

This financial support aims to enhance the quality of hospital services in the region.

The project will introduce advanced medical technologies, new diagnostic tools, and treatments for Mongolia’s main causes of death. Its intention is to make these available locally, improving healthcare access for the residents of Darkhan.

The new hospital will advance healthcare services and set environmental standards. It aims to achieve higher energy efficiency, water conservation, and sustainable materials use in its construction.

The project’s ultimate goal is to secure the international Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiencies (EDGE) certification, making it the first EDGE-certified regional public building in Mongolia.

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Mongolia’s healthcare infrastructure, which is generally outdated, needs to be modernised to effectively address its public health challenges.

This investment aligns with the country’s strategic priorities, which include improving access to healthcare and reducing mortality from oncological and cardiovascular diseases.

To promote gender equality in healthcare access, the EBRD will also implement a Gender-Based Violence and Harassment (GBVH) awareness campaign.

Additionally, the project will feature playrooms with dedicated staff to care for the patients’ children, further supporting women’s needs.

The investment is backed by technical assistance from the EBRD Sustainable Infrastructure Fund and the Government of Japan.

Last year, the EBRD and the EU granted financing for the reconstruction of the Emergency Medical Institute in Belgrade, Serbia, which has been operational for over 50 years.