Japan has accepted to increase economic aid to create a new building at Shree Praja Basic School in Makawanpur district. On Tuesday, Deputy Chief of Mission at the Embassy of Japan in Kathmandu, Yuzo Yoshioka inked a grant agreement for constructing new classrooms with the school, as per the Embassy of Japan in Kathmandu.
The construction is anticipated to cost regarding NPR 9.2 million. The project is financed below the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) of the Government of Japan.
Talking on the incident, Yoshioka stated he believed that the project could offer to enhance the educational environment of the Raksirang Rural Municipality where the school is established.
About 50 percent of students attending the school are from the Chepang population, and others are from other indigenous communities. The project is presumed to promote better education for children of the communities which have not had sufficient educational equipment.