New Japanese grant to develop rural areas in Morocco
The Japanese government has decided to donate close to US$194,000 to NGOs operating in rural roads development in Morocco. The donation is also aimed at improving roads and living conditions in rural areas and open up enclosed regions, MAP reported.
Japan’s ambassador to Morocco, Seigi Hinata, who signed the agreement on the donation, said his country has a particular interest in Morocco’s development.
Since 1989, he said, 242 projects were financed in Morocco thanks to the aid granted by the Japanese government that reached US$9.7 million. (menareport.com)
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