Japanese agency carries out water project in Morocco
Morocco, Economics, 10/13/2000
A mission of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency (JICA) is conducting, Sept.26-Oct.31, studies on a project meant to supply rural areas in the Moroccan south with drinking-water.
A JICA release said the project will benefit the provinces of Tiznit, Tata and Ouarzazate and will be carried out through a Japanese government donation. Part of the national program of grouped drinking-water supply "PAGER," will help supply 156 communities and over 67,000 people in rural zones.
Since 1989, 163 projects carried out by NGOs have received a global Japanese aid worth 6 million USD.
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