ProPropertyNewsJapan Donates $38.9Mn to Flood-Affectees in Pakistan

Japan Donates $38.9Mn to Flood-Affectees in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The Japanese Government has decided to donate $38.9 to the flood-affected families in Pakistan.

As per the details, the funds announced by the Japanese Government will aid in medical assistance, food distribution, restoration of livestock and farm restoration, and reduction of gender-based violence.

Additionally, the said funds will be distributed to the victims in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Sindh, Punjab, Balochistan, and Islamabad Capital Territory.

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Funds will also be provided to rehabilitation and restoration organizations, including WHO, UNICEF, UNWOMEN, UNHCR, FAO, UNDP, IPPF, UNFPA, and WFP.

Furthermore, the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) also donated $7 million during the floods In September.

Through the JICA program, Japan has been contributing to several development projects in the country, along with the water and sanitation projects in Faisalabad and Sialkot.

It is important to note that Japan has also made major contributions to Pakistan’s Poverty Reduction initiatives.

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