Japan has agreed to grant US$228,639 to local authorities and NGOs to aid community development projects in a meeting between Japanese Ambassador Shinohara Katsuhiro and the representatives from the recipient organisations at the Embassy of Japan. Japan will donate $56,600 to the Women's and Children's Rights Development Organisation to renovate a primary school and extend community participation in Kratie. Another $172,039 will be donated to the Department of Education, Youth and Sport to purchase secondhand school equipment for 11 primary schools in Phnom Penh and Prey Veng province.
Japan grant to aid development
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