Chinese Government provides grant for establishment of anti-malaria center at China-Chad Friendship Hospital
Funding agency [Type]
China Ministry of Commerce [Government Agency]
Health (Code: 120)
At the Beijing Summit of the China-Africa Forum in 2006, the Chinese government announced that it would assist in the construction of malaria control centers in 30 African countries. Then, in 2007, China’s Ministry of Commerce provided a grant to the Government of Chad for the establishment of an anti-malaria center. The monetary value of this grant is unknown. On December 28, 2007, an opening ceremony for the China-Chad Malaria Control Center was held (中国--乍得疟疾防治中心). It was the first of the 30 centers to be unveiled (see: ''中国-乍得疟疾防治中心揭牌''). The center is located at the at the China-Chad Friendship Hospital (also known as the Liberty Hospital) in the capital city of N'Djamena.. On June 11, 2010, the center was officially opened, and Yang Guangyu, the Chinese Ambassador to Chad, and Mahamadou, Secretary of State of the Ministry of Public Health of Chad, inspected the China-Chad Malaria Control Center.
The French project title is Centre de prévention et de traitement du paludisme.The Chinese project title is 中国援乍得抗疟中心.
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Receiving agencies [Type]
Government of Chad [Government Agency]
Implementing agencies [Type]
Chad Ministry of Public Health [Government Agency]