Embassy of Japan in Kenya

日本国国旗

在ケニア日本国大使館

Embassy of Japan in Kenya also has been accredited to Eritrea, Seychelles and Somalia

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Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects 2013/2014: Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for a GGP Project in Kenya

Title Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for a GGP Project in Kenya
Date 3rd March 2014
Location Embassy of Japan (Mara Road, Upper Hill, Nairobi)
Project title and Amount The Project for the Expansion of Mary Immaculate Dispensary Kaptagat / Mary Immaculate Dispensary Kaptagat– USD121,859
Attendance
Main activity A Grant Contract for a GGP project was signed today by Mr. Tatsushi Terada, the Ambassador of Japan to Kenya and the representatives of the four grantee organization at the Embassy of Japan in Nairobi for an amount of more than 120,000 USD, equivalent to approximately 10 Million KSH .

The ceremony started by a presentation of the project by Sr. Susan Muthoni, the representative of  Mary Immaculate Dispensary Kaptagat. With the expansion of the Dispensary, a new maternity ward will be constructed and thus maternal health care access will be improved in Ainabkoi, Eldoret-East.

Mr. Terada then congratulated the organization which was selected amongst many. He mentioned Mr. Abe, prime minister of Japan, who stressed on the government of Japan’s willingness to implement greater and generous assistance in African countries emphasizing on youth and women empowerment during his speech in January, in Addis Ababa. He wished them success and assured them of the embassy support during the implementation. This project should be completed by March 2015.
 

Photographs

Word of thanks from Mary Immaculate Dispensary Kaptagat

Grant Contract signing by H.E. Terada (right) and Sr. Susan Muthon, the Administrator of the dispensary (left)

Shaking hands, after the signing

Final Pictures will all participants