NGO Hader Given Funds by Japan To Build New High School in Liquicia Featured

By Gil dos Santos February 20, 2024 162
Ambassador Tetsuya. Ambassador Tetsuya.

DILI: Hader Foundation, the local Non-Governmental Organisation that supports community development in remote areas, received approximately US$73,000 from government of Japan to build a junior high school in remote Vaviquinia village Liquica, Japan’s Embassy in Timor-Leste said in a statement.

The funds, which must be used in the next 12 months, are expected to cover the construction of three classrooms for Maubara junior high school students.

The school allocation is part of Embassy of Japan in Timor-Leste Grants Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects, which the Ambassador of Japan to Timor-Leste Kimura Tetsuya handed over on Friday.

“We wish every success of the project!” Ambassador Tetsuya said.

Since the year 2000, Japan has provided Timor-Leste with over  US$483 in aid, supporting the construction of school buildings, health posts, water supply systems, among others.

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