Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Govt of Japan to give Rs 36.2m for drinking water in Murree

Govt of Japan will grant Rs 36.2 m to provide safe drinking water in suburbs of Murree, province of Punjab.
The govt of Japan has decided to grant a financial support of $425,998 (Rs about 36.2 million) to the Japan Mine Action Service (JMAS), a non-governmental organisation, to provide safe drinking water for the people in rural areas of Murree, Punjab.
JMAS has already implemented a water supply project in another area of Murree through Japan’s Grant Assistance from 2009 to 2010, and the beneficiaries of that project are satisfied with the improved access to safe drinking water. The agreement for the project was signed on Tuesday, 28th June at the Japanese Ambassador’s residence in Islamabad between Hiroshi OE, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan and Fumitoshi Takakura, representatives of JMAS.

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