Japan Gives NGOs $1.4 Million for 3 Projects

The Japanese Government has funded three NGO projects totaling $ 1,431,852. The grant signing ceremony was held at the Japanese Embassy on the morning of February 26, 2020, between the Japanese Ambassador to Cambodia, Masahiro Mikami, and representatives of the three organizations.

All three projects, including the Food Security and Nutrition Project in Kampong Thom Province (Year Three), provided to the Foundation for International Development/Relief (FIDR), $ 265,552, Comprehensive Mechanical Technology Transfer Project for Mine Clearance (JMAS) of 729,509 in Kampong Thom Province and projects promoting sustainable agricultural condition to reduce poverty which has a budget of US $ 436.791 in Kampong Cham.

Highlighted that the Grant Assistance for Japanese NGO Project has been started in Cambodia since 2002 in support of Japanese NGO activities in efforts to assist in the development and reconstruction of Cambodia at the grassroots level. Since 2002, the Government of Japan has provided over $ 40 million for 128 projects focusing on education at the grassroots level, health, agriculture, and demining activities.

Source: Click News

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