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Nampula: Japan Announces 6.1M Meticals Funding for Classroom Construction

Nampula: Japan Announces 6.1M Meticals Funding for Classroom Construction

The Japanese cooperation announced on Wednesday, February 15, that it will support the Portuguese non-governmental organization Helpo to build five new classrooms in the province of Nampula, northern Mozambique.

In order to carry out the project, Japan will allocate 6.1 million meticals to a work that will allow several children to stop having classes in the open air and under trees.

According to the first secretary of the Japanese embassy in Mozambique, Shogo Jikuhara, the construction and rehabilitation of classrooms have been two of the priorities of Japanese cooperation in Mozambique, adding that the country can make great progress if it invests in education.

In his turn, the coordinator of Helpo in Mozambique, Carlos Almeida, assured that the new classrooms will be ready this year.

Nampula is the most populous province in Mozambique, with almost six million of the country’s 32 million inhabitants.

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