Japan Funds Project to Rehabilitate Sanitary Facilities in Hebron Schools

RAMALLAH, February 8, 2015 (WAFA) – The Japanese and Palestinian sides signed an aid agreement, estimated at $101,751, to rehabilitate sanitary facilities at three schools in Hebron.

The Japanese representative office in a press statement, said the project will be funded by the Government of Japan through its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP).

The funding will be used for rehabilitating sanitary facilities in two schools in Yatta and Halhoul towns, as well as for building a 100-cubic meters water well inside a girls’ school in Tarqomya area.

Japanese Ambassador for the Palestinian affairs, Junya Matsuura, affirmed his country’s continued support for the Palestinian people, stressing the importance of implementing economic, social and development projects needed by the Palestinian communities.