Japan offers $328,619 to three NGOs in Pakistan
Islamabad: Japan has decided to extend financial support of $328,619 to three Pakistani Non-Government Organisations (NGOs).
Three agreements were signed between Hiroshi Inomata, Ambassador of Japan to Pakistan, and the representatives of the three organisations.
ASTAFADA would be given $116,444, $102,745 to Participatory Welfare Services (PWS) and $109,430 to Sahara for Life Trust (SFLT).
The grant to ASTAFADA will be used for the installation of a fresh water distribution system in three villages of Muzaffarabad (Azzad Jammu and Kashmir), the grant to PWS will be utilised for the construction of a primary school in District Layyah (Punjab), whereas the grant to SFLT will be used for installing life-saving medical equipment at the Sughra Shafi Medical Complex in District Narowal (Punjab).