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Nicaragua Receives Japanese Grant for Rural Roads

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Nicaragua received a donation of more than $695,000 from the International Cooperation Agency of Japan (JICA) to rehabilitate equipment used in the construction and repair of rural roads.

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Nicaragua Receives Japanese Grant for Rural Roads

Nicaragua received a donation of more than $ 695,000 from the International Cooperation Agency of Japan (JICA) to rehabilitate equipment used in the construction and repair of rural roads, said the executive.

The contribution is in a batch of parts that will enroll 39 machines, said the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure (MTI) through the official site The Digital 19. addition to the resources, $ 329 per 695 000, JICA will provide training to staff of the Corporation Regional Business Building, which is intended to ensure proper maintenance of the specialized media, said the head of MTI, Pablo Fernando Martinez.

According to the official said, the vast majority of maintenance of roads in Nicaragua runs media donated by Japan, whose contributions are present in schools, hospitals and other health facilities. For the resident representative of JICA, Tomoyuki Oki, this donation complements the various health projects, education and agriculture to develop their country in Nicaragua, reviewed electronic publishing.

In recent years, collaboration has been instrumental Nippon development of major infrastructure projects such as the Santa Fe bridge, by providing $ 30 million, distinguished the MTI. For similar links, came to raise resources Flags bridges, Tecolostote and the Tonga, on the road to El Rama, with a total of $ 12 million, and road construction, United Nations New Guinea-Bluefields, from a fund of eight million dollars , has described in detail the body. lac / mjm

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