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Ghana : Koforidua

Project status: Under construction

Sector: Health

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Photo : Koforidua Hospital (3D preview)

Koforidua : Aerial view

Sod Cutting Ceremony, July 22nd 2020

Photo : Koforidua Hospital

Construction of the new Eastern Regional Hospital in Koforidua

The Ghanaian Ministry of Health wishes to equip the Eastern region of the country with a new 285-bed regional hospital (expandable to 600 beds in a 2nd phase).

In addition to medical services and equipment, the hospital will be equipped with a medical training centre and staff accommodation.

Ellipse Projects is working in joint venture with Tyllium for the development and construction of the hospital.

The contract is worth €70 million for the first phase and is financed by Standard Chartered Bank and UK Export Finance.

Photo : Hospital patio (3D preview)

Photo : Waiting area (3D preview)

Photo : Operating theater (3D preview)

By His Excellency Nana Akufo-Addo, President of the Republic of Ghana



Project status: Under construction

Sector: Health


Photo: Kédougou Hospital (3D preview)

Video: Touba aerial view

Photo: Touba Hospital

Construction of four turnkey hospitals in the localities of Touba (300 beds), Kédougou (150 beds), Sédhiou (150 beds) and Kaffrine (150 beds).

The Republic of Senegal, seeking to improve access to quality health care for its entire population, has decided to build four hospitals with a total capacity of 750 beds in the cities of Touba, Kaffrine, Sédhiou and Kédougou.

The implementation of the project includes the execution of the studies, the construction work, the supply of the integral equipment of the medical and technical services, the commissioning and the maintenance.

Ellipse Projects was selected and a contract worth nearly € 150 million was signed in 2017. The Société Générale Bank has structured financing that benefits from the BPI France Assurance Export guarantee.

Works have started and the completion of the project is scheduled for the end of 2020.

Photo: Kaffrine Hospital (3D preview)

Photo: Sédhiou Hospital


Ghana: Bekwai

Project status: Under construction

Sector: Health


Photo: CT scanner

Rehabilitation and supply of medical equipment for Bekwai Hospital (120 beds).

The Ghanaian Ministry of Health launched the construction of a regional hospital in Bekwai in 2010. Due to a lack of funds it could not be completed.

Ellipse Projects structured funding to a total of 23 million euros to enable the Ministry of Health to restart work on completion of this hospital.

Ellipse Projects signed the corresponding contract at the end of 2018 for the rehabilitation of the existing construction, the completion of the works and the supply of medical equipment. The hospital, with a capacity of 120 beds, will offer first aid, gynecology & obstetrics, pediatrics, surgery, etc.

Delivery of the hospital is scheduled for 2020.

Photo: Operating theater

Photo: Dental area


Ivory Coast

Project status: Under construction

Sector: Health


Rehabilitation – Architect Plan 

Rehabilitation – 3D preview

Construction and rehabilitation of ICHE (Initial Contact Health Establishments ) in Ivory Coast.

Over the past decade, the health sector has been particularly marked by a series of events that have undermined the efforts of the government and partners to build a successful health system.

A major project for the construction and rehabilitation of health facilities was launched by the government as part of a hospital program 2018-2020. In addition to this project, a project for the construction and rehabilitation of ICHE (Initial Contact Health Establishments) aimed at the construction of 240 ICHEs and the rehabilitation of 400 existing ones throughout the country. Two operators will be in charge with Ellipse Projects for the North and South West of the country.

Ellipse Projects has signed in early 2020 a contract with the Ministry of Health and Public Hygiene for the construction, rehabilitation and the medical equipment for the 297 urban and rural ICHEs in order to provide a better patient care environment.

Photo: Current ICHE

Photo: Current ICHE