Japan grants US$ 501,075 for three school constructions and road upgrading in Rakhine and Mon States, Magway Region

Ambassador of Japan to Myanmar, and Chairpersons of the Construction Committees from States and Region Mr. Tateshi HIGUCHI concerned signed the grant contracts for four projects on Monday.

Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Scheme will provide a total of US$ 501,075 to the project for construction of Shwe Ze Ti Monastic Post Primary School in Sittway, Rakhine State; the project for construction of Thar Tha Na Yaung Chi Monastic Post Primary School in Kyaikmaraw Township, Mon State; the project for upgrading of Tat Kone Village Access Road in Aunglan Township, Magway Region; and the project for construction of Zay Yar Thi Ri Monastic Post Primary School in Mawlamyaine Township, Mon State.

The government of Japan will support the construction of a three-storey Reinforced Concrete Construction (R.C.C.) building with 9 classrooms, full furniture and lavatories to Shwe Ze Ti Monastic Post Primary
School in Sittway which is not able to accept all prospective students due to the insufficient number of classrooms. The project will benefit 1,195 students of the school.

In order to provide an appropriate educational environment the Government of Japan will support construction of a two-storey R.C.C building with 8 classrooms with full furniture to Thar Tha Na Yaung Chi Monastic Post Primary School which has been using a monastic building as a temporary school building due to the lack of school building. The school needs to be closed whenever the monastery holds the religious ceremonies or events. The project will benefit 101 students of the school.

The government of Japan will support upgrading of the 4.8 km – long road with 2 pipe culverts to an earthen road located in Tat Kone Village connects to the highway to the nearest city.

Using this road, the villagers are transporting their agricultural products, transferring patients to hospital and sending students to the high school in the city.

However, during the rainy season, the road becomes muddy and 4 emergency patients died in the past 3 years due to the late treatment.

The project will benefit 3,610 local residents. The Government of Japan will support construction of a two-storey R.C.C building with 8 classrooms, full furniture, walkway and lavatories to Zay Yar Thi Ri Monastic Post Primary School. The primary school built a temporary school building which is built with used timber and bamboo.

More than 170 students have to study in congested hall-type classrooms with exposure to rain and wind. The project will benefit 191 students of the school.

Source: Global New Light of Myanmar

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