Japan Grants Morocco $3.6m for Water Supply
The Japanese government has donated Morocco 3.6 million dollars to carry out a drinking water supply in Moroccan southern rural regions, reported the official MAP news agency on Saturday.
The project is set to benefit around 57,259 people in 137 localities.
Japan has disbursed an estimated $ 1.69 million for various drinking water projects – Albawaba.com
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