28th dayth In December, Ryuta Mizuuchi, Ambassador of Japan to the Republic of Zambia, and Yui Kanamatsu, Program Coordinator of the AAR Japan Meheba Office, signed a grant agreement of US $ 461,581 to implement the program “Supporting Livelihoods”. did. “Activities through agriculture in the Meheba regional integrated area (Phase 2)” within the framework of the Japanese NGO project subsidy. Book. Book. Interior Minister Jacob Jack Mwinb attended the signature as Guest of Honor on behalf of Vice President Mutare WW Narmango.
Through this project, AAR Japan will 1) provide agricultural equipment and skills related to household management, 2) provide cash-rich seedlings and agricultural know-how, 3) promote joint transportation, and expand sales channels. In addition, in collaboration with Japan’s NPO Community Road Empowerment (CORE), AAR Japan will work with the targeted self-groups to pave bad roads to neighboring markets and create a smooth joint transportation system for the region. Promote.
This project by AAR Japan is expected to stimulate the agricultural activities of targeted farmers, increase their cash income and promote their independent livelihood base.
To read Ambassador Mizuuchi’s speech at this ceremony, here.
Distributed by the APO Group on behalf of the Japanese Embassy in the Republic of Zambia.
Contract signing ceremony with the Association for Aid and Relief of Refugees (AAR Japan) for Grant-in-Aid for Japanese NGO Projects by the Government of Japan
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