Aid: (Japan to provide $254,889 for social sector development)

ISLAMABAD: Japan will provide financial aid of $US 254,889 for social sector development in Pakistan. The agreements for the three projects were signed between Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, Hiroshi Inomata and the heads of the concerned organizations in Islamabad, says a press release.

The aid will be spent on water filtration plants in rural areas of District Rajanpur, improvement of health services at a maternity hospital in Faisalabad and expansion of a girls’ primary school in Khyber Agency.

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