Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects 2012/2013: Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for Six GGP Projects in 2012
||Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for Six GGP Projects in 2012
||20th February 2013
||Embassy of Japan
|Project Title & Amount
- The Project for the Expansion of Enkaji Naibor Primary School (USD117,126)
- The Project for the Construction of Water Supply Facilities and Environmental Training Centre in Kitui (USD96,664)
- The Project for the Completion and Equipping of Neema Hospital (USD122,810)
- The Project for the Expansion of Ptarkong Primary School (USD143,002)
- The Project for the Expansion of St. Thomas Amagoro Girls Secondary School (USD109,898)
- The Project for Water Supply in Nziu and Emali Regions of Makueni County (USD109,775)
- Mr. Toshihisa Takata, Ambassador of Japan to Kenya
- Mr. Hiroshi Matsuura, First Secretary, Embassy of Japan
- Representatives and members of grantee organizations
| Grant Contracts for six GGP projects for this year were signed by Mr. Toshihisa Takata, the Ambassador of Japan to Kenya and the representatives of the six grantee organizations at the Embassy in Nairobi. Three of the six projects are in the education which to construct learning facilities such as classrooms and sanitation facilities, two are water projects which to construct sand dams (Makueni) and water storage (Kitui), and one in the health sector is to complete a new facility and install medical equipment at Neema hospital.
The representatives expressed their gratitude towards the assistance from Japan and pledged to complete the projects within a time frame of one year. The Ambassador congratulated the six organizations which were selected from more than 300 applications the Embassy receives every year. He also encouraged the representatives to complete their projects on time to bring about changes in the communities as soon as possible.