March 03, 2017

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Japan grants US$ 638,065 for four projects in Ayeyarwady

Mr. Tateshi Higuchi (L) and an official ink the grant assistance.

The Japanese government will provide four projects in Ayeyawady with grant assistance.
Ambassador of Japan to Myanmar Mr. Tateshi HIGUCHI and Chairpersons of the Construction Committees from Ayeyarwady Region signed the contracts under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme yesterday to provide US$ 638,065 to the four projects.
The projects include upgrading of road between Yae Nauk Village and Nyaung Waing Village in Yegyi Township, Ayeyarwady Region with USD 189,876, the project for Upgrading of 2 Roads for Ta Ma Lo Village and Tar Pat Village (West) in Maubin Township, Ayeyarwady Region with USD 111,857, the Project for Construction of Kone Pyin Village Bridge in Yegyi Township, Ayeyarwady Region with USD 178,535, and the Project for Upgrading of Road between Myauk San Village and Yae San Village in Yegyi Township, Ayeyarwady Region with USD 157,797.
The Government of Japan will support upgrading of the 4.2-kilometer-long road, one Reinforced Concrete Construction (R.C.C.) bridge and 13 culverts between Yae Nauk Village and Nyaung Waing Village, upgrading of the 585-meter-long R.C.C. road, one R.C.C. bridge and 2 culverts for Tamalo Village and the 827-meter-long R.C.C. road for Tar Pet Village (West), the construction of a 49-meter-long, 5.5-meter-wide R.C.C. bridge with an approach road and upgrading of the 2.5-kilometer-long road, 2 R.C.C. bridges and 8 culverts.
The Government of Japan has assisted 814 various grass-roots projects in Myanmar under the GGP scheme since 1993: the number consists of 400 education projects, 198 healthcare projects, 138 public welfare and environment projects, 43 infrastructure projects and 35 other projects. It is anticipated that these assistances will further strengthen the existing friendly relations between Japan and Myanmar.

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