Project ID: 34837

China funds anti-malaria training program in Uganda (Linked to #63793)

Summary

Funding agency [Type]

Unspecified Chinese Government Institution [Government Agency]

Recipient

Uganda

Sector

Health (Code: 120)

Flow type

Free-standing technical assistance

Concessional

Yes

Category

Intent

Development (The next section lists the possible statuses.)

Commercial

Development

Representational

Mixed

Financial Flow Classification

ODA-like (The next section lists the possible statuses.)

Official Development Assistance

Other Official Flows

Vague (Official Finance)

Flows categorized based on OECD-DAC guidelines

Project lifecycle

Status

Completion (The next section lists the possible statuses.)

Pledge

Commitment

Implementation

Completion

Suspended

Cancelled

Milestones

Commitment year

2006

Completion

2006

2006-11-29

Actual

Description

In November 2006, soon after the China-Africa Summit, a three-day anti-malaria training program was held in Kampala and funded by the Chinese government as part of China’s efforts to join forces with Uganda to fight the disease. The program started on November 27th and ended on November 29th, during which 5 experts from China provided training on treating and controlling Malaria to 48 primary doctors and officers from Uganda. This project is linked to #63793, which details all of the malaria-related projects in Uganda funded by China.

Number of official sources

1

Number of unofficial sources

2

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Details

Cofinanced

No

Receiving agencies [Type]

Ugandan Ministry of Health [Government Agency]