Japan ready to fund 2 more projects in the Solomons
Quoting the Island Sun newspaper – 18 January 2019
“Japan’s government in Solomon Islands is ready to fund two more classroom buildings following the grant contract signing held yesterday.
“The two project receivers are Su’umoli Community High school in Ulawa and Veramogho primary school in Guadalcanal province.
“Speaking at the signing ceremony yesterday, Ambassador Shigeru Toyama says the projects signed aim to provide better learning environments for the children of this country.
“Toyama stressed that the Grassroots and Human Security Scheme aims to address areas that have felt hardships and having the need to improve human security of the rural people.
“Our scheme targets rural areas in an effort to ease the hardships felt by the communities and endeavours to improve the human security of the country people.
“So we believe that these projects will have positive impacts on the development of human resources in Solomon Islands,” he said.”
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