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Japanese Embassy finances Yangon Division schools project
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Originally, the building was damaged by Cyclone Nargis. It was funded by the Grassroots Grant Support Programme, which provided US$89,041 for the rebuilding of Wa Ba Lauk Thauk High High School in Kawhmu Town. On June 30, the Embassy presented an all-weather sports hall and a fixed pumping station to the Mary Chapman Schule for the Deaf in Yangon.
It states that the schools have minimum equipment and no gym to improve students' bodily and spiritual wellbeing. It was founded in 1920 by Mary Chapman, a Brit on, to give young people with hearing loss a chance for schooling.
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Burma | Countries & Regions
Myanmar's new government, established in March 2011, is driving forward reform towards democratisation and domestic settlement. Besides the classical areas of co-operation such as the improvement of agricultural land and capacities as well as the support of ethnical minorities, JICA works on identifying the need for infrastructures to support economical growth and plans a balance of different kinds of work.
Specifically, JICA will pursue its support to date as actions for the three main communicable disease areas (malaria, HIV/AIDS and tuberculosis) and carry out an ERM programme to support the process of structural overhaul.