Thu, 03 Mar 2016 07:11 - Updated Thu, 03 Mar 2016 07:10
Angola: Japan donates over USD 90.000 to build school in Benguela
Luanda - At least USD 90.904 will be donated on Thursday in Luanda to the Angolan NGO Association for Support to Community Development (AADC) to finance the construction of a four-room primary school Caluita village, central Benguela province, by the Japanese embassy.
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This was announced to the press by the Japanese ambassador to Angola, Kuniaki Ito, during the forum of Japan's Trade Mission in Angola held Wednesday in this city.
He stressed that the project will benefit annually more than 500 primary school children and 80 young people and adult in the literacy course.
According to the ambassador, the implementation of the project will contribute to access to education in rural areas, providing favourable conditions for the progress and development of communities.
Japan has three textile industries headquartered in Luanda, Benguela and Cuanza Norte.
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