Zambia to Receive USD215M From Donors in 2010

International donors have committed to providing up to USD215 million to Zambia next year, according to the country's Daily Mail. The commitments, which will be directed to Zambia's

, were made by the African Development Bank, European Commission, U.K. Department for International Development, World Bank, and governments of Sweden, Norway, Netherlands and Germany.

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