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Japan provides aid for healthcare projects

Update: February, 14/2015 - 08:42

HA NOI (VNS) — The Japanese Government yesterday signed a contract providing non-refundable aid worth more than US$307,690 for three projects on healthcare and education in Viet Nam.

The aid will be divided into three parts. The first part of nearly $101,700 will be used to build a primary school in Ngoc My Commune in northern Vinh Phuc.

The second part of $103,000 will be used to supply medical equipment to northern Ha Nam Province's Eye Hospital.

The last part, with the same amount of money, will be used to purchase learning equipment for vocational training in the province's Phu Ly City.

Ambassador Hiroshi Fukada said the aid would bring hope to patients with eye diseases, a better studying environment for primary students and career chances for young farmers. — VNS

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