Overview of fixed capital investment in health and social services. January – September 2018 у.
Investments in health care and social services for the first 9 months of 2018 amounted to 73.8 billion tenge, which exceeds the figures for the same period last year immediately by 53.7% (25.8 billion tenge).
Despite the actively growing investments in the development of health and social services from year to year, their share of the total investment in fixed assets is negligible – 1%. The maximum share in the corresponding period was 1.8% (78.8 billion tenge) – in January – September 2014.
Regional leaders in fixed capital investments in the sphere of healthcare and social services are densely populated Almaty oblast – 13.2 billion tenge (a year earlier – 8.3 billion tenge); Almaty – 11 billion tenge (a year earlier – 10.9 billion tenge); Astana – 7.1 billion tenge (a year earlier – 4.8 billion tenge).
The total investment in these three regions amounted to 31.3 billion tenge, or 42.3% of all investments in the sector.
The least amount of funds for health care and social services for three quarters of the current year was invested in Shymkent – 621.9 million tenge.
The main source of funding for fixed capital is the local budget, of which for 9 months 28.3 billion tenge was allocated (17.8 billion tenge in the previous year).
Another 27.1 billion tenge (a year earlier – 19.3 billion tenge) amounted to own funds of the business.
15.3 billion tenge was invested from the republican budget in the health care and social services sector (a year earlier – 9.4 billion tenge).
Investments at the expense of borrowed funds and bank loans totaled only 3.2 billion tenge (a year earlier – 1.5 billion tenge).