August 19, 2016

Students in Kayin State get two new school buildings supported by Japan

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Under its grant assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme, the Japanese government has granted US$384,613 for construction of new buildings for two basic education schools in Hpa-an and Kyarinseikgyi townships in Kayin State.
The relevant documents of the new buildings were recently handed over the governmental officials, an official said.
The two-storey R.C.C building with 12 classrooms for Thamanya Village basic education post primary school in Hpa-an Township includes full furniture, lavatories and water supply.
Another school building for basic education middle school in Kyarinseikgyi Township covers six classrooms with full furniture.
Both projects will benefit more than 1,000 ethnic Kayin and Paoh students from those schools.
Since 1993, the government of Japan has assisted over 700 grass-roots projects in Myanmar with the aim of promoting friendly relations between the two countries.


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