Kuwait has invited investors for five projects involving the construction of a university, a hospital and three schools outside the capital Kuwait City, a newspaper in the Gulf emirate reported on Sunday.
The Public Authority for Housing Welfare (PAHW) will provide land for the projects, which will be executed in partnership with the public sector, Alanba Arabic language daily said, quoting a PAHW statement.
Investors are required to carry out the projects on the basis of “design, construction, funding, operation, maintenance, and transfer” the report said, adding that the investment period would be for 30 years.
The projects to build a private university, a private hospital and two private schools are based in Jaber Al-Ahmed City West of the capital while another private school will be built in Sabah Al-Ahmed City in the South, the paper said.
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