Japan supports different vital projects in Yemen [Archives:2002/11/Local News]
SANA’A- The government of Japan has decided to extend a grant aid amounting to USD 52,000 to the Challenge Association of Physically Disabled Women in Sana’a. An agreement was signed in Sana’a by Mrs. Jamala al-Baidani and Mr. Masamitsu Oki, the Ambassador of Japan to Yemen.
In the same context, Japan has also decided to extend a grant aid amounting up to USD 29,992 to al-Salkhana Maternal and Childhood Hospital in Hodiedah under the scheme called the “Grant Assistance for Grassroots Projects”.
The agreement was signed in Sana’a by Director of the hospital Dr. Tawfiq Mohsen Thabet and Mr. Masamitsu Oki, the Japanese Ambassador.
At the same time, the government of Japan will be granting another aid amounting up to USD 36,339 to al-Qabaitah District Charitable Society to renovate and furnish al-Hajar School in Lahj Governorate under the scheme called the “Grant Assistance for Grassroots Projects.”
An agreement to this effect was signed in Sana’a by the Chairman of the of al-Qabaitah Charitable Society Mr. Mohammed Abdulrab Nagi and the Japanese Ambassador.
The above-mentioned scheme of Japan’s Grant Assistance aims at supporting small-based projects in basic human need fields, such as, primary health care, basic education, and public welfare in developing countries, in addition to other social development fields.