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Japan grants US$92,035 for BEMS in Kyaukkyi Tsp

A Kayin child welcomes Mr. Kazuyoshi SUZUKI, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan at the school opening ceremony.--Japanese Embassy
A Kayin child welcomes Mr. Kazuyoshi SUZUKI, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan at the school opening ceremony.–Japanese Embassy

The Japanese Government, under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme, has granted US$92,035 for A humanitarian assistance program entitled “The Project for Construction of Lay Paw Mu Basic Education Branch Middle School in Kyaukkyi Township, Bago Region”.
The handover and opening ceremony of the project took place in Kyaukkyi Township, Bago Region on 20 July 2015. Mr. Kazuyoshi SUZUKI, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan,
Bago Region ministers, committee chairman and members of the construction projects, and local residents attended the ceremony.
Lay Paw Mu School in Kyauk Kyi Township did not have enough classrooms for the increasing number of students although it had been upgraded to a branch middle school in 2013. The students of Grades 1, 2, 3 and 9 had to study in two temporary buildings, which were very noisy. Under such circumstances, the Japanese Government, under its GGP scheme, provided funding for construction of a one-storey R.C.C building with 5 classrooms and full furniture. The project will benefit 448 ethnic Kayin students of the school.

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