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The Japanese Ambassador inaugurated the educational initiative in Khyber

Islamabad: Japan’s Ambassador to Pakistan Metsuda Koninori on Wednesday announced plans to re-expand a primary school in the village of Raziq Kalay, organized by the Learning Awareness and Motivation Program (LAMP), an NGO in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa tribal district. Inaugurated .

The Japanese government has provided 73 73,514 (approximately equivalent to around PKR 11.4 million) for the project, under its grant aid. The opening ceremony was attended by NGOs, community representatives and school students.

It is worth mentioning here that Japan and Japan provided financial and support to LAMP in the financial years 2011 and 2015 to make the establishment of classrooms in this school and subsequent learning environment safe and comfortable. Can be made

The grant provided to the LEMP has been used to alleviate the problem of overcrowded classrooms as the school has limited seating capacity and more than 300 students are out in the open space outside their classrooms. Were sitting

Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Connor congratulated community members and NGO representatives on the successful completion of this important project.
He said that provision of basic education to children was one of the top priorities of Japan’s aid policy to Pakistan.

To improve social and economic well-being, the backward classes need easy access and availability of quality education.

The delegate said that he hoped that the project would give the children a chance to move towards a better future and would also strengthen the friendly relations between the people of Japan and Pakistan.


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