Japan implements 5 social projects in Tajikistan
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 24
Japan has completed implementation of five projects in the Khatlon district of Tajikistan, TajikTA news agency reported.
The projects were supported as part of the Japanese government’s program of gratuitous aid and humanitarian security for the general population in the Khatlon district , the Japanese Embassy in Tajikistan said.
In particular, the Khuroson district hosted a completion ceremony for the reconstruction project of a secondary school, for which the Japanese government had previously allocated about $82,200.
Also, a grant worth $82,200 was issued for completion of the project on construction and equipping of a women’s support center in the Bokhtar city.
Japan provided grants worth more than $84,000 each for improving the drinking water supply system in the Kubodiyon district, rehabilitation of the existing school building and construction of new buildings for a school in the Shahritus district, as well as reconstruction of two bridges in the Jayhun district.