On March 25, Hospital Geral De Beira in Mozambique has successfully achieved the main structure capping, with 50% masonry work completed, 45% plastering work completed and 30% of the scheduled contract amount completed. The project team is fully promoting the progress of the project.
Hospital Geral De Beira is one of the key livelihood projects in Mozambique, with a contract value of 11.32 million euros (about 90 million yuan) and a double-storey building with a building area of 13,514 square meters, including medical functional systems such as call system, voice prompt system and oxygen equipment. After completion, it will become the largest hospital in Beira City. President Filipe Jacinto Nyusi attended the commencement ceremony of the project and laid the foundation stone for the project in 2019.