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China Provides Aid to Malawi’s Embattled Health System as it Struggles to Contain COVID-19 Outbreak

Wang Xiusheng, political counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Malawi, makes a statement during a donation of medical equipment to Malawi's three major hospitals and three major city councils at the Chinese embassy in Lilongwe, Malawi, April 24, 2020. Photo via Xinhua.

The establishment of a diplomatic relationship between Malawi and China in 2007 has seen China provide medical training of doctors, nurses, and health managers, sending medical teams from China and offering different specialist clinical services to hospital patients.

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