Sri Lanka: ADB approves US$110m top up loan for healthcare improvement in Sri Lanka

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a US$110m loan as additional financing to improve the primary health care system (PHC) in Sri Lanka, according to a press release dated October 1. The loan is part of the Health System Enhancement Project, approved in October 2018, which is upgrading primary medical care units and division…

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Nick Herbert has over 30 years’ experience in the financial markets, as both a practitioner and journalist. He started work as an investment banker in London, before joining International Financing Review (IFR) to report on debt capital markets and derivatives. He moved to Singapore in 2000 to manage IFR’s financial markets editorial team throughout Asia, before returning to London in 2009 to take up the position of Publisher for Reuters Capital Markets Publications. For the last five years he has been covering global capital markets, ESG finance and healthcare markets on a freelance basis.