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A Deeper Understanding of Development Aid for Health from China to Uganda

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

Abstract

It was thought that DAHCU was only a matter between China and Uganda, and was embedded in a holistic international aid system, and in Uganda’s social, economic and cultural fabric, and governance system, but this is not the case. Through literature review and field research, we arrive at the following conclusions.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Peking UniversityBeijingChina

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