Ambassador of Japan celebrated the inauguration of EBF Cocoa school building in Railaco Craic Village, Ermera Municipality

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Ambassador of Japan celebrated the inauguration of EBF Cocoa school building in Railaco Craic Village, Ermera Municipality

RAILACO- On April 19th, 2024, Mr. Tetsuya KIMURA, Ambassador of Japan, attended the inauguration ceremony for the new school building at Cocoa Primary School in Railaco Craic Village, Ermera Municipality.

The ceremony was hosted by AFDR, the local NGO that implemented the project. Mr. Jose Martino dos Santos, President Authority of Ermera Municipality; Mr. Apolinario Serpa, Director General of the Ministry of Education; local government officials of relevant authorities; teachers; parents; and students joined Ambassador KIMURA in the ceremony.

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Ambassador KIMURA gave a message to the students about the maintenance of the school and the meaning of education, “I would like to ask you to keep this new school building clean and intact. Doing so will also help your younger brothers and sisters learn in the future. Learning will enrich your life and expand your future opportunities. Japan

offers several programs and scholarship for Timorese people to go and learn in Japan. I hope some of you have a chance of participating in these programs to know much more about Japan, and to contribute economic and social development of Timor-Leste in the future.”

Ambassador of Japan in Timor Leste, Mr. Tetsuya KIMURA with student Cocoa Primary School in Rairaco Craic Village

For this project, the Government of Japan provided USD $ 92,403 through its Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP) scheme. Through this project, a new school building with three classrooms and one teacher’s room was constructed, benefiting 146 students and 7 teachers at Cocoa Primary School .

Since the first project was launched in 2000, 141 projects have been implemented under the GGP scheme in all 13 municipalities of Timor-Leste. The projects mainly provide assistance to community infrastructure, including construction and rehabilitation of school facilities, public clinics, and water supply systems, addressing various basic human needs at the grassroots level.

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