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EC help for hospitals

EC help for hospitals

Editors:

With reference to your article "Huot pledges to revamp health system" (Sep.

24 - Oct.7), the new maternity ward at Mong Russel, recently inaugurated by H.E.

Hong Sun Huot, Minister of Health, was entirely financed by the European Community

(EC) under the on-going EC-Cambodian Rehabilitation Programme.

Action North-Sud was acting as implementing agency for the EC but did not provide

funds.

Such micro-project are part of the EC programme of assistance to Cambodia which is

entirely administered, coordinated and financed by the Commission of the European

Community.

- J.Gwyn Morgan, Ambassador Head of Delegation,

Delegation of the Commission of the European Communities.

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