The Authorities of Japan grants US$ 96,660 for Development of Concrete Irrigation Channel in Peshawar

The Authorities of Japan has determined to increase monetary assist of US$ 96,660 (approx. Rs 8.three million) to the NGO RORWALI for the development of Concrete Irrigation Channel in Village Thakhtabad, District Peshawar, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
The settlement for the mission was signed on Wednesday, 1st February 2012, between Mr. Hiroshi OE, the Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan and Dr. Shabir Ahmad Khan, Chairman of RORWALI, on the Japanese Ambassador’s residence in Islamabad.
The aim of the mission is to realize fixed and well timed provision of irrigation water within the mission space by cementing present unpaved and muddy irrigation channel. By means of this mission, farmers within the village and its environment will get water with constant stream all year long, and even farmers on the tail of channel would even have enough water to irrigate their farmlands. This mission is predicted to learn about 1,300 households (approx. 13,000 people). Moreover, availability of enough water will contribute to extend the manufacturing of the agricultural crops within the mission space.
On the signing ceremony, Ambassador OE burdened that enchancment of irrigation amenities and rural growth is likely one of the priorities in Japan’s help coverage in direction of Pakistan. He expressed his hope that this mission would contribute to enhance the earnings of the group of the mission space by rising farm merchandise. He believes that such help by the Authorities and folks of Japan will additional cement the present pleasant relations between the peoples of Japan and Pakistan.

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