On December 7, at the Lega School in the Bigogwe district of Nyabifu district, the IMAI ambassador attended the GGP / Kusanone delivery ceremony with the Pourle Développement Endogène Association (ARDE) in Rwanda.
The Government of Japan has provided US $ 81,788 to ARDE under the framework of GGP / Xanon. The project provides access to clean water to 7,900 people in and around the Legacell by building a new water supply system that includes 4.37 km water pipes, two water kiosk, two public water and two reservoirs. The purpose was to do.
Ambassador Imai said: We thank ARDE for its significant contributions to the water sector in Rwanda and sincerely commend the successful implementation of this project. We hope that the people of Legassel will not only enjoy the clean water, but also maintain the facility well. This is the greatest achievement of this project. “
President Murenzi Paul of ARDE thanked the Government and the Japanese people for this valuable support and promised that ARDE would continue to contribute to the development of water in Rwanda. Jean Claude Havanabakize, Deputy Mayor of the Nyabif District, also thanked the Embassy of Japan.
Distributed by the APO Group on behalf of the Japanese Embassy in Rwanda.
Handing-over ceremony for the “Project to Improve Access to Clean Water, Sanitation and Sanitation in Legacell, Bigogwe Sector, Nyabifu District” Granted by the Grassroots Human Security Project (GGP / Kusane)
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