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LUSAKA, March 21 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Medical Team working in Zambia on Tuesday donated three sets of tele-medicine equipment aimed at improving health care services in Zambian hospitals.


The 18th Chinese Medical Team donated three sets of telemedicine equipment to be installed at three other public hospitals after the success of the first equipment donated at one hospital -- the Levy Mwanawasa Hospital in Lusaka, the country's capital.


Team Leader Dr. Jianjun Guo told Xinhua after the donations of the equipment at the Ministry of Health that the equipment will be installed at the University Teaching Hospital in Lusaka, Livingstone Hospital in the southern part of the country and Ndola Hospital on the Copperbelt Province.


"We established the first telemedicine center at the Levy Mwanawasa Hospital last year which has really worked very well because it has improved collaboration between doctors in China and here in Zambia. Today, we donated three sets of equipment which will be donated to three other hospitals," Guo said.


According to him, the system has helped improve healthcare delivery as doctors from China and Zambia were able to work on complicated cases together through telecast, adding that the establishment of the equipment in all four hospitals in Zambia will also help improve interaction among local health personnel.


The system, he said, has also helped in imparting new medical techniques to Zambian doctors as well as developing academic exchange system between the two countries.


Dr. Jabin Mulwanda, permanent secretary in Zambia's Ministry of Health, said while receiving the equipment that Zambia will forever be grateful to China for its support in various sectors, including the health sector.


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ROME, Dec. 15 (Xinhua) -- Surprisingly, crossing the Mediterranean Sea on a migrant boat was not Aisha's worst memory.


In her long journey from Africa to Europe, the desert was the most dangerous part, and the smugglers, the most terrifying.


The young mother left her homeland Eritrea with her 19-month-old daughter Miracle earlier this year: she was trafficked into Sudan, travelled for days through the Sahara desert, and was finally brought to an unknown place somewhere on the Libyan coast.


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