Japan backs water supply project in Moroccan region
Morocco-Japan, Economics, 5/14/2002
The Japanese government gave Monday the rural commune of Sekoura (Ouarzazate region) an assortment of furniture worth some US$3.3 million, to back a water supply project.
The donation, which is part of the Japanese government's (non-paid back) cooperation, will contribute to the improvement of the living conditions of some 57,00 inhabitants in 137 villages in the regions of Tiznit, Taza and Ouarzazate.
Japan contributed US$16.2 million to Morocco's PAGER water supply project between 1995 and 1999.
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