Japan Announced an Aid Over $100m to Afghanistan

KABUL (BNA) The country Japan announced that it will donate one hundred million dollars to Afghanistan.

The embassy of Japan in Kabul today, Tuesday by publishing a newsletter, announced an aid of over $100 million to Afghanistan.

“Pleased to announce that Japan has decided additional 106.7 million USD assistance for Afghanistan, enabling implementation of humanitarian and basic human needs assistance projects. We truly hope these projects will help bring many smiles of Afghan people”.

These projects will be implemented by the UN agencies, int’l organizations and NGOs, all aiming for the betterment of livelihoods through multiple approaches. With the upcoming 106.7 M USD, the cumulative Japanese assistance to AFG since August 2021 will amount to 335 M USD, added to a press release by Japan embassy in Kabul.

The aid comes, early after, the embassy of Japan commemorates the dyed anniversary of Dr. Tetsu Nakamura well known as Kaka Murad in the south of Afghanistan, a Japan’s citizen who come to Afghanistan, to provide better livelihood in the life of Afghans by conducting social infrastructure projects.


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