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(From The Monitor (Uganda) - AAGM)
Byline: Joseph Miti
THE Chinese government has sent a team of medical experts to Uganda to conduct a training stint on malaria treatment and prevention.
The five-person team, which arrived on Saturday, began conducting training at Hotel African on Monday.
According to the counsellor in charge of national affairs at the Chinese Embassy, Mr He Shijing, the training aims at fulfilling pledges made by the chinese Premier Wen Jiabao when he visited the country in June.
Jiabao pledged to carry out anti-malarial training programmes in Uganda and donate anti-malarial medicines to the country.