PORT-AU-PRINCE — The Haitian government has set up a committee to monitor the ongoing construction of an $83 million building of the State University Hospital, commonly known as Hopital General, in this capital city.
According to the project study, the construction is co-funded with $33 million from the Haitian government, $25 million from the French Development Agency AFD and $25 million from the United State Agency for International Development-USAID .
The decision to set up an oversight committee came about after an 8-year delay in constructing the 534-bed General Hospital, HUEH, in Haiti.
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