Japanese-funded Schools to be Built in Tra Vinh

Mr. Osamu Shiozaki (2nd, R) signs the pledge with Mr. Truong Van Hon (2nd, L)(Photo:U.Phuong)

The Japanese government pledged to provide US$170,750 non-refundable aid to build two secondary schools in Tieu Can and Cau Ke communes of the southern Tra Vinh province.

Mr. Osamu Shiozaki, General Consul of Japan in Ho Chi Minh City, signed Tuesday an agreement with the local leaders at the Consulate-General of Japan in Ho Chi Minh City.

With the assistance of the Japanese government, the Long Thoi two-floor and ten-classroom secondary school in Tieu Can District will be built to provide schooling for 640 pupils. 850 junior pupils in Cau Ke District will also enjoy their new school.

By Uyen Phuong

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