Japan Grant Assistance For Grassroots Human Security

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The Government of Japan dedicated to continue its support to Samoa in creating a better society for all through community donor projects.

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A joint signing ceremony to formalize Japan’s assistance for five new Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Human Security Projects (GGP) was held at the Embassy of Japan, between the Chargèd’Affaires ad interim, Mr. TSUKADA Kazuo and
representatives of the five recipient organizations.

“The Project for the Renovation of Existing Classrooms and Construction of New Hall and Administration Building” for Samalaeulu Primary School in Savai’i for the amount of USD 203,876 (about $513,770 tala) signed with Rev. Elder Palemia Reupena, President of Samalaeulu Primary School Committee.

“The Project for the Relocation and Construction of New School Facilities” for Gataivai Primary School in Savai’i in the amount of USD 159,751 (about $402,575 tala) signed with Amituana’i Filipo, President of Gataivai Primary School Committee.

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“The Project for the Renovation of Existing Classrooms and Construction of 3 New Classrooms” for Mulifanua Primary School in the amount of USD 107,514 (about $269,862 tala) signed with Ifopo Fritz Jahnke, President of Mulifanua Primary School Committee.

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“The Project for the Renovation of Existing Classrooms, Reconstruction of Ablution Block and Installation of Drinking Water Facility” for Fusi Primary School in the amount of USD 84,347 (about $212,555 tala) signed with Rev. Taei Tietie, President of Fusi Primary School Committee.

“The Project for Construction of New Hall Building” for Lepā-Lotofaga College in the amount of USD 196,208 (about $490,552 tala) signed with Hon. Tuilaepa Fatialofa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi, President of Lepā-Lotofaga College Committee.

Japan acknowledges the importance of safe and secure educational facilities with access to improved sanitation in the whole learning process since operating its GGP in 1991 which continues to provide small and flexible grants to support development projects at the grass- roots level that is specifically designed to address basic human needs.

The Embassy of Japan in Apia is now accepting applications for Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Human Security Projects for Japanese Fiscal Year 2022 (1 April 2022 – 31 March 2023).

Applications must be submitted to the Embassy of Japan, Level 2, B-Building, SNPF Plaza, Savalalo no later than 31 January 2022.

For further information, please visit https://www.ws.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/bilateral_relations.html or contact the Embassy of Japan on phone number 21187.

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The 5 Projects:

1. The Project for Renovation of Existing Classrooms and Construction of New Hall and Administration Building.

2. The Project for the Relocation and Construction of New School Facilities of Gataivai Primary School.

3. The Project for the Renovation of Existing Classrooms and Construction of New Classrooms of Mulifanua Primary School.

4. The Project for the Renovation of Existing Classrooms, Reconstruction of Ablution Block and Installation of Drinking Water Facility.

5. The Project for Construction of New Hall Building of Lepā-Lotofaga College.