July 08, 2017

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Japan Grants US$103,000 for school in Einme Township

Dignitaries pose for photo together with ethnic Kayin people following a ceremony to fund construction of a school in War Ta Loke Kani Village in Einme Township. Photo: Supplied by Japanese Embassy
Dignitaries pose for photo together with ethnic Kayin people following a ceremony to fund construction of a school in War Ta Loke Kani Village in Einme Township. Photo: Supplied by Japanese Embassy

THE Japanese Government, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme, has granted US$103,084 for “The Project for Construction of War Ta Loke Kani Village Basic Education High School in Einme Township, Ayeyarwady Region”.
The handover ceremony of the project took place in Einme Township, Ayeyarwady Region on Wednesday with the presence of Mr. Satoshi NISHIZAWA, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan, U Mya Than, Regional Hluttaw Representative, U Aung Kyaw Htoo, Deputy Director of Ayeyarwady Region Education Department, Committee Chairman, committee members of the construction project and local residents in attendance.  The Japanese Government provided funding for the construction of a two-storey R.C. building, fully furnished. The project will benefit 858 students. The Japanese Government also granted US$593,000 for two schools and one rural health centre in Putao, Kachin State in late January.—GNLM

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