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Japan Works To Improve Palestinian Access To Water

Japan is to improve access to water supplies in rural communities in the West Bank, following the donation of 193,960 US dollars for two projects on Tuesday.

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Through the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP), Japan will provide funding for a cisterns project in Hebron and the rehabilitation of the main Al-Badhan pipeline in Nablus, a statement read.

The grant will also provide for the rehabilitation of the Al-Badhan main pipeline and the installation of a pump, upgrading the reservoir room to ensure the access of around 3,000 people living in Al-Badhan area to running tap water.

The contracts were signed by Naofumi Hashimoto, representative of Japan to the Palestinian Authority, the representatives of Palestinian Hydrology Group, and Al-Badhan Village Council.

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