Japan Helps Animal Protection Society and Samusu Primary School



Weekly Spin the Wheel at SSAB

The Government of Japan held a joint signing ceremony this week for two new Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Human Security Projects (GGP).

Animal Protection Society received a grant of USD$75,807 (approximately WST201,000) for the procurement of a vehicle for new veterinary mobile clinic and ambulance.

This project aims to expand their outreach services on stray dog population control.

The Samusu Primary School Committee also received a grant of USD$196,296 (approximately WST520,000) which will assist the committee in the construction of a single story classroom building with 8 classrooms and 1 staff room.

This project aims to provide a safe and healthy educational environment and improve the quality of basic education services for their School students and teachers.

Japan has once again reaffirmed its commitment to uphold the basic concept of “human security” through the grant assistance.

Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Japan to Samoa, H.E. Mr. SENTA Keisuke signed over the grants to representatives of the Animal Protection Society (APS) and Samusu Primary School.

The GGP aims to support and assist small-scale projects directly benefitting at the grass-roots level as well as contributing to the socio-economic development of the Independent State of Samoa.

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草の根・人間の安全保障無償資金協力 贈与契約合同署名式(2022年12月15日)

① 動物愛護協会車両整備計画②サムス小学校建設計画