The Authorities of Japan grants US$ 163,165 for Development of Women College in Okara, Punjab, Pakistan

The Authorities of Japan has determined to increase monetary assist of US$ 163,165 (approx. Rs million) to the Ameer Begum Welfare Belief (ABWT) for the development of Women College in Okara, Punjab.
The settlement for the challenge was signed on Wednesday, 25th January 2012, between Mr. Hiroshi OE, the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan and Ms. Rubina Shaheen Wattoo, Chairperson of the ABWT,on the Japanese Ambassador’s residence in Islamabad. H.E. Mian Manzoor Ahmad Wattoo, Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, was additionally current on the signing ceremony as a chief visitor.
The grant shall be utilized for the development of faculty constructing, procurement of faculty materials and play floor gear. Free training and academic materials corresponding to uniforms and textbooks shall be offered to the scholars to assist their enrollment and studying. This challenge will present an equal studying alternative to probably the most susceptible section of the society in Okara and its environment. As well as, this challenge will contribute to enhance the training requirements within the challenge space with free training to roughly 300 feminine college students. It’s also hoped that the variety of feminine college students with entry to training will hold growing within the space.
On the signing ceremony, Ambassador OE pressured that selling lady’s training is likely one of the priorities in Japan’s help coverage in the direction of Pakistan. He expressed his hope that this challenge would contribute to stimulate lively lady’s participation within the society and enhance their social standing in Pakistan. He believes that such help by the Authorities and folks of Japan will additional cement the connection and friendship that exist between Japan and Pakistan. (Finish)

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