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Japan funds school home

Update: December, 18/2012 - 12:05

HA NOI (VNS) – The Japanese Government will provide US$120,000 to build an eight-room boarding house at Dak Ro Nga secondary school in the central Highlands province of Kon Tum.

The deal was signed on Monday by Yasuaki Tanizaki, Japanese Ambassador to Viet Nam, and Tran Van Ca, chairman of the Viet Nam Support for the Handicapped Association, which is in charge of the project.

The Dak Ro Nga school in Dak To district has 246 students. More than half of them currently live in a boarding house which was built for 60. Twelve teachers also need accommodation. - VNS

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