Pakistan and Japan Sign $5.3 Million Agreement for Flood-Hit Educational Facilities

On Wednesday, Pakistan and Japan sealed a significant agreement worth $5.3 million aimed at revitalizing educational facilities in regions of Sindh impacted by floods.

The allocated grant will be focused on reconstructing the educational infrastructure and reviving the already established facilities across the province.

In addition to this, the funds will be directed towards addressing the restoration and repair of fully damaged buildings in six districts located within the province. The formal agreement was officially inked by the Secretary of the Economic Affairs Division and the Japanese Ambassador.

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