The Feasibility Study for Pediatric Oncology analyzed the costs associated with the project’s development, medical and support costs, housing costs, insurance, patient affordability, increases in estimated survivability rate, and economic data. “The Feasibility Study for Pediatric Oncology was designed to be a thorough analysis of the Sudanese need for pediatric oncology and how Sudan Children’s Cancer Organization can have a strong impact in Khartoum. Based on our analysis, at minimum, the organization can save over 2,000 children with their program in the coming decade and increase survivability to above 80%.”said Babak Hafezi, the CEO of Hafezi Capital International Consulting. The goal of this project has always been to help develop a process by which the most vulnerable people in the world — children with different types of cancer — have the ability to not only survive but also thrive in Sudanese society.
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Hafezi Capital is a boutique consulting firm with headquarters in McLean, Virginia, and offices across the primary center of business and finance throughout the United States, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East, and Australia-Asia. Hafezi Capital’s extensive experience and focus rest on project review and analysis, financial and organizational structure, market research, economic analysis, country analysis, project analysis, and project viability. HafeziCapital has worked with Banks, Private Equity, Family Officers, State, Local, and Federal Governments, Investors, Religious Institutions, Startups, and Fortune 100 Companies in virtually every industry: manufacturing, agriculture, infrastructure, oil and gas, education, athletic programs, hospitality, senior living, healthcare, real estate development, hospital, city development, and technology. Since its inception, Hafezi Capital has been dedicated to providing high-quality insights into business analysis and structure and fully understands how to bring viable and long-lasting solutions to the challenges its clientele faces in a competitive global market.