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Five sub-rural health centres in Magway Region handed over

A diplomat seen together with local ethnic women in Lay Eain Su Village in Ngaphe Township at health centre handing over ceremony.
A diplomat seen together with local ethnic women in Lay Eain Su Village in Ngaphe Township at health centre handing over ceremony.

FIVE sub-rural health centers respectively built in five villages in Magway Region using grant assistance from the Japanese government were handed over to local authorities on Wednesday.
The Japanese Government, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme, has granted US$354,958 for the maintaining of five health centres.
The handover ceremonies of the projects took place in Mindon Township, Ngaphe Township, Sidoktaya Township and Saw Township on 3, 4, 5 and 6 April 2016 respectively in Ta Kaung Net Village in Mindon Township, Lay Eain Su Village in Ngaphe Township, Kan Pauk Village in Ngaphe township, Yae Thoung Village in Sidoktaya Township and Yaw Let Pan Village in Saw township.
The Government of Japan has assisted 774 various grass-roots projects in Myanmar under the GGP scheme since 1993: the number consisting of 367 education projects, 195 healthcare projects, 138 public welfare and environment projects, 38 infrastructure projects and 35 other projects.

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