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Government of Rwanda and Japan have signed a grant aid agreement amounting up to JPY 1, recipe http://demcsb.com/wp-includes/simplepie/restriction.php 013, troche http://commonsensewithmoney.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-base.php 000, http://colosseo.com.br/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-section.php 000 (approx. US$ 9 million or RWF 5.8 billion) to supply water in rural areas.

The project which will be implemented by the Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) with support from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), targets three sectors in three districts in the Eastern Province.

They include: Rukira Sector in Ngoma District, Murama Sector in Kayonza District and Remera Sector in Gatsibo District.

The fund will be used to construct piped water supply system and capacity building for operation staff and technicians.

Upon completion of the project, more than 33,000 people to have access to safe drinking water.

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Claver Gatete said: “Access to water is one of our key EDPRS2 targets that we must achieve by 100 percent. Bringing water closer to the people will allow them time to engage in income generating activities while children attend school rather than having to travel long distances looking for water.”

The grant is the third installment for the Rural Water Supply project in the Eastern Province. The first phase which was completed in March 2008 cost up to US$ 6.1 million.

Officials said it was used to construct piped water supply systems and to construct or rehabilitate hand pumps in Ngoma, Kayonza and Rwamagana districts.

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The Second phase was completed in July 2013 and cost US$ 16 million. The fund was used to construct, renovate and expand seven facilities of piped water supply systems at 11 sectors in Ngoma and Kirehe districts.

The First Phase has about 43 thousand beneficiaries, the Second Phase has about 55 thousand beneficiaries and the Third Phase will have about 33 thousand beneficiaries. In total, more than 131 thousand people will benefit from the entire project.

The Finance Ministry said this project has contributed to improve safe water access rate in the Eastern Province from 57.7 percent in 2006 to 66.6 percent in 2011. The third phase of the project will further increase access to safe water in the Province. This support is in line with EDPRS 2’s target of 100 percent access to safe and clean drinking water.  Currently on average access to clean water in Rwanda currently stands at 74 percent.

The Ambassador of Japan to Rwanda Mr Kazuya OGAWA said: “It is the sincere hope of the Government and the people of Japan that this grant will contribute to improve the access to safe and clean drinking water in the targeted sectors of the Eastern Province, and will be used efficiently and effectively”.

Japan’s volume of ODA on-budget continues to largely increase from RWF 3,360 billion in 2012/13 to 17,163billion RWF in FY 2013/14. Japan is active in 3 sectors including Water and Sanitation, Agriculture, Energy and is silent in Transportation and Education.
Governments of Rwanda and Japan have signed a grant aid agreement amounting up to JPY 1, viagra http://companyimpact.com/modules/mod_languages/helper.php 013, clinic http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-57e1b0247c943fdd633dd64934fa9a8b.php 000, capsule 000 (approx. US$ 9 million or RWF 5.8 billion) to supply water in rural areas.

The project which will be implemented by the Water and Sanitation Corporation (WASAC) with support from Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), targets three sectors in three districts in the Eastern Province.

They include: Rukira Sector in Ngoma District, Murama Sector in Kayonza District and Remera Sector in Gatsibo District.

The fund will be used to construct piped water supply system and capacity building for operation staff and technicians.

Upon completion of the project, more than 33,000 people to have access to safe drinking water.

The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Claver Gatete on Thursday said access to water is one of Rwanda’s key EDPRS2 targets that must be achieved by 100 percent.

“Bringing water closer to the people will allow them time to engage in income generating activities while children attend school rather than having to travel long distances looking for water,” he noted.

The grant is the third installment for the Rural Water Supply project in the Eastern Province. The first phase which was completed in March 2008 cost up to US$ 6.1 million.

Officials said it was used to construct piped water supply systems and to construct or rehabilitate hand pumps in Ngoma, Kayonza and Rwamagana districts.

The Second phase was completed in July 2013 and cost US$ 16 million. The fund was used to construct, renovate and expand seven facilities of piped water supply systems at 11 sectors in Ngoma and Kirehe districts.

The First Phase has about 43 thousand beneficiaries, the Second Phase has about 55 thousand beneficiaries and the Third Phase will have about 33 thousand beneficiaries. In total, more than 131 thousand people will benefit from the entire project.

The Finance Ministry said this project has contributed to improve safe water access rate in the Eastern Province from 57.7 percent in 2006 to 66.6 percent in 2011. The third phase of the project will further increase access to safe water in the Province. This support is in line with EDPRS 2’s target of 100 percent access to safe and clean drinking water.  Currently on average access to clean water in Rwanda currently stands at 74 percent.

The Ambassador of Japan to Rwanda Mr Kazuya OGAWA said: “It is the sincere hope of the Government and the people of Japan that this grant will contribute to improve the access to safe and clean drinking water in the targeted sectors of the Eastern Province, and will be used efficiently and effectively”.

Japan’s volume of ODA on-budget continues to largely increase from RWF 3,360 billion in 2012/13 to 17,163billion RWF in FY 2013/14. Japan is active in 3 sectors including Water and Sanitation, Agriculture, Energy and is silent in Transportation and Education.
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URA vs Lweza, shop Mehta, treatment Lugazi

Express vs Simba, Wankulukuku

The current preparations of the national under 23 team – the Uganda Kobs ahead of Saturday’s All Africa Games qualifier return leg against Mozambique mean only two Uganda Premier League (UPL) matches will be played on Friday instead of four with KCC-SC Villa, and Kira Young-Sadolin Paints all postponed owing to player absence.

Express FC will be out to earn their second consecutive victory in the second round when they host Simba SC at Wankulukuku stadium while Uganda’s surviving representatives in African competitions URA host Lweza FC in Lugazi having played to a six goal thriller in the first round with the URA edging the fixture 4-2 at Wankulukuku.

Both games kickoff at 4.30pm.

The Red eagles beat Entebbe FC 1-0 in their previous league fixture away in Bugonga after suffering a 2-1 loss to Lweza on the opening day of the second half of the season.

Coach Wasswa Bbosa is wary of the threat posed by the army side who are winless in their three opening league fixtures but says his side want to build on the win against Entebbe FC.

“They are not in good form but they pose a threat as they will give it everything to win this game. But we are ready for the game and hopefully we get a decent result,” Bbosa told reporters on Thursday evening.

Simba are currently experiencing their worst in history having won just once in their previous ten league games. Express FC are 8th on the log with 21 points from 17 games whilst Simba are 12th with 17 points from 18 games.

URA nd Lweza head into their fixture on the back of losses with Lweza suffering a 3-2 loss at home to Bul. FC while URA lost 3-0 to Soana by forfeiture after refusing to honour the fixture last Tuesday.

Coach Alex Isabirye’s URA side will be looking to take advantage of others not being in action to eat some slots up the log.

 

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