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 Grass-roots Human Security Projects 2009/2010: Japan Gives Aid for Construction and Expansion of a Community School in Bungoma and Donates 3,000 Anti Mosquito Nets

Title

Japan Gives Aid for Construction and Expansion of a Community School in Bungoma and Donates 3,000 Anti Mosquito Nets

Date

15th March 2010

Location

Bungoma Central District

Project title

The Project for the Expansion of Nalondo Secondary School

Amount

US$ 96,921 

Attendance

Main activity

  H.E. Mr Shigeo IWATANI, Japanese Ambassador to the Republic of Kenya and Mr Richard KWOBA, Chairperson of Nalondo Secondary School Board of Governors, signed the Grant Contract amounted to 96,921 US Dollars for the project for the expansion of Nalondo Secondary School.

On the same occasion, the ambassador donated 3,000 “Olyset net” impregnated mosquito nets to the people of Bungoma. The donation was made possible through the support of a Japanese Chemical company, Sumitomo Chemical Co. Ltd based in Arusha.

To witness the occasion was the Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation Mr. Moses Wetangula among other dignitaries

Items

The Project entailed the following activities:

The major objective of this project is to alleviate classrooms shortage and to provide a conducive environment for the teachers and the administration in Nalondo Secondary School.

 

Photographs

G/C exchange between Amb.Iwatani and the chairman of the school commitee

Amb. Iwatani hands over a dummy cheque to the school commitee

Amb.Iwatani donates 3,000 Olyset nets to the people of Bungoma