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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Aid Watch (Sweden)

The Swedish government has resumed aid funding to Zambia with the announcement of K33.5 billion support to the Ministry of Health to be chanelled to various health activities. The funds are programmed for broad range of support including provision of essential drugs and medical supplies, infrastructure development, especially in training schools and support towards the Zambia Demographic Survey. Sweden had previously frozen its support following the Kapoka scandal which led to losses over K10bn. More detail here and here.

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