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Aid to Grass-Roots School Rehab Projects

The government of Japan signed contracts for grant aid with local organizations totalling

$426,539 on June 5. The funds will go to support nine projects in health and education

as part of the Japanese Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Project (KUSANONE).

The KUSANONE grant scheme, started in 1991, has provided $5,632,818 to 112 local

projects to date.

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