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China gifts Kingdom 20 new clinics

China gifts Kingdom 20 new clinics

The China International Development Cooperation Agency on Wednesday donated 20 additional mobile clinics to the Ministry of Health as part of ongoing Chinese aid to the Kingdom.

The mobile clinics were given at a ceremony hosted by Minister Mam Bun Heng and China International Development Cooperation Agency deputy director Deng Boqing.

A ministry statement said China was involved in many health focused aid projects in Cambodia that included the donation of 200 ambulances, the construction of the Cambodia-China Friendship Medical Building at Preah Kossamak hospital, and the construction of Tbong Khmum referral hospital.

China has previously donated 20 mobile clinics, with the total number donated now standing at 40. The additional 20 mobile clinics will be given to Phnom Penh’s Department of Health, as well as a selection of other provinces.

Kampong Thom provincial health department director Srey Sin told The Post that his department will receive two mobile clinics.

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