China sends 3 Agricultural experts to teach Sudanese officials about agricultural development
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Unspecified Chinese Government Institution [Government Agency]
Agriculture, forestry, fishing (Code: 310)
Free-standing technical assistance
On June 12, 2008, al-Zubayr Bashir Taha, Minister of Agriculture and Forestry and Chinese Minister of Agriculture, Sun Zhengcai, signed an agreement for China to send agricultural experts to Sudan. The ceremony was attended by Ali Osman Mohamed Taha, Sudan's Vice-President and Xi Jinping, China's Vice-President.Three agricultural experts arrived in Sudan on July 30, 2009, and they assisted Sudanese government officials in agricultural development planning, agricultural machinery management, and greenhouse technology. A news report in August 2010 mentioned the project as having been completed. These three experts are part of a group of 100 senior agricultural technology experts sent from China to African countries to assist in African agricultural development.The amount of funding provided by China and the exact end date of this project are unknown.
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