The Japanese Government has agreed to provide $ 312,417 to four organizations under the Grant Assistance for Human Security (Kinsano) grant scheme.
The four projects in Cambodia include the construction of a maternity building in Kampong Speu Health Center, Battambang $ 85,799, the second one – Ratanakkiri Health Center $ 90,518, the third – a rehabilitation project Ponhea Leang Irrigation Project, Prey Veng Province, $ 88,370, and 4- US $ 50 for Installation of Tools for the Handicap In Cambodia, a budget of $ 47.730.
At the signing of the grant agreement for the Miniature Human Security Project on March 20, 2020 at the Japanese Embassy in Cambodia, Mr. Mikami Masahiro, Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia said, "We are very pleased that these projects are Contributed directly to improving the quality of life at the local level in the country Cambodia.
He noted that in recent times Cambodia has been developing rapidly. However, he acknowledged that in Cambodia there are some challenges that must be addressed together to improve the quality of life of the people, and Japan will continue to contribute to solving those challenges through the economic and development cooperation framework. Other.
The Japanese government has been implementing the KUSANONE program in Cambodia since 1991 to assist local authorities and NGOs in the implementation of their projects. KUSANONE means "local" in Japanese and so far, the Japanese Embassy in Cambodia has provided more than 600 projects through the KUSANONE grant. By: Eng Boucheng