Emirates Hospital, Liberia
The Emirates Hospital at Bopolu in Gbarpolu County, Republic of Liberia is a gesture of goodwill in the bilateral relationship between the Government of U.A.E and The Republic of Liberia. The project upholds the humanitarian values and universal brotherhood cherished by the Government of the U.A.E and its commitment to the people of Liberia. The objective of this project is to make healthcare accessible to people living in the backward regions of Liberia. This is a part of the humanitarian agenda of the Government of the U.A.E. The people of Liberia are grateful to His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, The President of The United Arab Emirates, and Ruler of Abu Dhabi). This is a great achievement for the republic of Liberia under the leadership of His Excellency George Manneh Weah, The President of The Republic of Liberia.
The completion of this project lights a new beacon of hope in the healthcare sector of Africa. This hospital becomes the major point of access for healthcare for over half a million people spread across remote villages around Bopolu, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, as the strategic location is very close to the administrative border of these countries.
The project involves the main hospital building with a total of 100 beds. The hospital will have an area of 52,000 square feet with all modern facilities including- An urgent Care Department, Diagnostic Department, Operation Theater, Mother and Child Department, NICU and Intensive Care Department, Internal Medicine and Pulmonology Department, etc. The major source of energy for the hospital will be solar energy. The hospital building, with all the modern architectural features, would be a landmark in the remote region of Bopolu, Gbarpolu County.
Client:Govt. of United Arab Emirates
March 4, 2022