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Donors’ Experience and Analysis

  • Zeqi QiuEmail author
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Part of the China and Globalization 2.0 book series (CHGL)

Abstract

Within the framework of “two-sided four-tiered embeddedness,” the understanding of China’s aid to Africa may shed some light on the understanding of its aid, in particular development aid for health (DAH) for Uganda. If knowing nothing about the DAH programs China has run in Africa, one cannot get a full picture of the DAH Uganda has received from China. Considering the literature written in Chinese and English languages comes in various types, we screen the data available based on their relevancy to the abovementioned framework, in the hopes of holding logical and well-structured discussions as far as possible. Likewise, given the discreteness of the research, it is impossible for us to create a continuously integral system.

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