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Project Title:

The Project for Construction of School Building of Qandeel Model Public School
Organization: Qandeel Model Public School
District/Area Coverage: Whole Country

US $ 65,878

Duration: N.A.

















This school in Quetta endeavours to provide quality education to the under privileged communities and children of Afghan refugees at a low cost. The assistance will be used to upgrade the primary section of existing school in order to accommodate more children to expand the benefits of formal education to the local community.

The Government of Japan initiated the GRA scheme for Pakistan in 1989. With the provision of assistance to these three NGOs, the total number of projects in Pakistan assisted under the GRA scheme would now reach 204 and the total amount of assistance provided to these projects is US $ 10,168,724.

The success of GRA scheme is evident. In the year of its inception in FY 1989 only two projects worth US $ 89,703 were assisted. In the Japanese Fiscal Year 2003, which started 1st April 2002 and ended 31st March 2003, the Embassy of Japan extended a sum of US $ 3,307,372 to thirty eight projects of NGOs scattered all over Pakistan. This is the 1st time that Japan is extending assistance to NGOs under the GRA programme in the current fiscal year.

The GRA programme is a part of Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA), designed to support the projects of NGOs and community based organizations (CBOs) working in the social development sector, providing flexible and timely support to small-scale development projects, reaching out various underdeveloped and deserving communities all over the country to improve the social well-being of the people of Pakistan.

All non-profit organizations implementing social development projects including local/international NGOs, CBOs, village organizations, local institutions, schools and hospitals are eligible for applying under the GRA scheme. Priority is given to the projects in sectors such as basic education, primary health, vocational training/skill development, special education, agriculture, public welfare/basic infrastructure, environment and women-in-development projects.

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Qandeel Model Public School, communities, Government of Japan, education, primary health, vocational training/skill development, special education, agriculture, public welfare/basic infrastructure, environment, women-in-development projects, GRA programme, Japan’s Official Development Assistance (ODA), Government of Japan.

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