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Lyceum from south Moldova city renovated with Japan's support

13:48 | 08.03.2023 Category: Regional

Chisinau, 8 March /MOLDPRES/ - Representatives of Japan’s Embassy in Moldova on 7 March marked the finishing of the Project on improvement of the education environment at the Dimitrie Cantemir theoretical lyceum from the southern Cahul city, along with the institution’s pupils, teachers and administration.   

The project was financed by the government of Japan within the Kusanone Programme. At the same time, the grant worth 90,000 dollars was used for the setting of energy efficient windows and doors, interior repair, change of the electric network and sanitary objects in the sanitary unit (kitchen, canteen, auxiliary rooms).

„The project contributed to the ensuring of the health and security of those 534 pupils, 46 teachers and technical staff and enhancing the energy efficiency,’’ according to the Japanese Embassy.  

Ambassador Yamada Yoichiro expressed appreciation for young people from Moldova, noting that ‘’once Russia’s aggression war against Ukraine is over, we will see the true revival of Moldova.’’

The Kusanone programme of grants for human security was launched in Moldova in 2008. So far, Japan has provided non-refundable financing worth 6.9 million dollars for 82 projects in the education, health and public utilities sectors.  

Photo: Embassy of Japan




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