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May 25, 2020

New school buildings opened in Ayeyawady Region

Japan-funded two new school buildings in Kyaunggon Township and one in Hinthada Township were opened on Thursday, in Ayayawady Region, with aims to promote educational standards of rural schoolchildren.
The two one-storey RC buildings in Kyaunggon Township were constructed at a cost of US$112,859 financed by the Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme. Also under the same scheme, Thamine BEPS in Hinthada Township was built at a cost of US$ 118,122.
A 120’ x 30’ building is located in Byikegyi Village and a 70’ x 30’ building in Zeengu villages. All are equipped with six classrooms, toilet and full furniture each.
At the opening ceremony, Mr Sachio Otaki, Second Secretary of the Embassy of Japan, handed over the documents relating to the new buildings to the Township Department of Education.
The government of Japan has assisted 726 various grass-roots projects in Myanmar under the GGP scheme since 1993 with the aim of promoting relations between the two countries.–David (Kyaunggon) & GNLM

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