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Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects 2014/2015: Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for a GGP Project in Kenya

Title Grant Contract Signing Ceremony for a GGP Project in Kenya
Date 13th March 2015
Location Embassy of Japan (Mara Road, Upper Hill, Nairobi)
Project title and Amount The Project for Water Supply in Karadolo West – USD86,343
Main activity
A Grant Contract for a GGP project was signed between Mr. Tatsushi Terada, the Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Kenya and representatives of the respective grantee organization. The total amount of grant was 86,343 USD, approximately 7.1 Million KSH.
By constructing a water supply facility in Ugenya, Siaya County, the community will be able to have easier access to clean water and thus also be safe from contracting water borne diseases.  

The ceremony started with Ambassador Terada congratulating the organization which had been selected from more than 450 applications received by the Embassy of Japan in the previous year.  

Ambassador Terada wished the organization success and assured of the Embassy’s support during the project implementation.  Mr. David Ogiga, the Project Manager of the Mulambo Self Help Group, responded to the Ambassador by promising to complete the project by March 2016.  The Chairman of the Self Help Group, Mr. John Orek also expressed his appreciation for the grant.


Explanation of the project to H.E. Mr. Terada

Grant Contract signing by H.E. Mr. Terada (left) and Mr. John Orek, Chairman of Mulambo Self Help Group (right)

Organization expressing appreciation to H.E. Mr. Terada

Group Photo of all participants with the Ambassador