Japan provides grants to Uzbekistan for over $673,000
Baku, Azerbaijan, March 6
By Fakhri Vakilov - Trend:
Japanese ambassador to Uzbekistan, Nobuaki Ito has signed grant contracts under the program “Donations for small-scale social projects,” Trend reports via Uzbek media.
As part of the ceremony, Japan provided grants worth $673,525 for the implementation of 8 projects in Uzbekistan.
Uzbek diversified medical center in Karakalpakstan received $110,238 for the provision of medical equipment.
Japan provided $89,000 for the provision of medical equipment for a polyclinic in the Almazar district.
Kagan City Medical Association will receive equipment for the amount of $110,000.
Japanese side also donated $88,980 to provide medical association of Shumanay district with medical equipment.
Japan provided funds in the amount of $108.74 to provide medical equipment to the Tashkent regional perinatal center.
The Fergana City Medical Association received funds for $85.89 to provide medical equipment to the Fergana City Medical Association.
The secondary school No. 52 of the Bakhmal district of Jizzakh region will acquire educational equipment in the amount of $31,009.
Preschool educational institution No. 13 of the Kushtepa district of Fergana region received $49,664 for the purchase of educational equipment.
Since 1995, within the framework of this program in Uzbekistan, medical and educational institutions, local authorities and non-governmental non-profit organizations have implemented 383 projects totaling $27,282,729.
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