Japan implements seven projects in Georgia
Georgia, Tbilisi, Feb.7 / Trend, N. Kirtskhalia /
A ceremony on the signing of seven projects within the 'Human Security Project' funded by the Japanese government will be held at the residence of the Ambassador of Japan to Georgia on Thursday.
As the Japanese Embassy told Trend, the ceremony will be attended by Acting Japanese Ambassador Hiroki Tokunaga and representatives of the Georgian government structures and international organisations.
Projects will be signed by the Japanese Embassy and the following non-governmental organisations: Abhazinterkont, Association 2Media and the public, the Association of Business Consulting Organisations, Civitas Georgica, Georgian Foundation for Prosthetic Orthopaedic Rehabilitation, Association of Environmental Conservation and Sustainable Development and the Association of Museums of Georgia.
The first of the projects envisages the establishment of the centre for a farm cooperative in the Ambrolauri region to promote the development of agriculture.
The second project envisages rehabilitation of kindergarten No.16 in Poti. The third sees improving technical facilities at the village of Diaknisi in the Khulo area. The fourth project envisages rehabilitation of kindergarten No.1 in Khashuri.
The fifth project will see the construction of a centre of prosthetics in Tbilisi. The sixth project is to be the introduction of a cooling system for agricultural products in the municipality of Khelvachauri. The seventh project will be the rehabilitation of the Archaeological Museum in Batumi.