Investments in public health are not only worthwhile per se, but bring about considerable improvements in economic outcomes and significant social benefits.

The CEB provides the means for financing various types of projects that concern health and related infrastructure, most notably involving the construction, renovation and modernisation of infrastructure such as hospitals, neighbourhood healthcare centres (including those specialised in providing assistance to vulnerable populations), university hospitals or centres specialising in healthcare for the elderly and people with disabilites.

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