The four Modular container clinic donated by the Chinese government to Kenya are officially handed over to Kenya. Guo Ce, Counsellor of the Economic and Commercial Office of the Chinese Embassy in Kenya, Lu Jiancheng, Vice President of the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and representatives of Ken attended the handover ceremony.
The representative of the project undertaker designated by the Ministry of Health of Kenya, Errol King, thanked the Chinese government for donating to the Kenyan medical cause. He said the project will help strengthen the role of public medical institutions in Kenya at the grassroots level and improve people's medical needs. According to reports, the four box office clinics donated this time are expected to be put into use in February next year, and it is estimated that the total number of medical visits will be 15,000.
Guo Ce said at the handover ceremony that this donation will help to further deepen the cooperation between the governments of China and Kenya and non-governmental science and technology, and enhance the cooperation between the two parties in the field of medical technology.
As one of the key science and technology aid Africa projects, the Modular container clinic project is an important measure for China to implement the spirit of the Johannesburg Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation. The project was undertaken by the Shenzhen Advanced Hospital, which was entrusted by the Ministry of Science and Technology of China. It adopted the technology that has been maturely applied in the country and was locally designed according to the health and characteristics of African countries. Provide convenient daily health screening, basic treatment, and public health services for surrounding residents, and have completed the first batch of assistance in South Africa, Botswana, and other countries.