USD 38 million grant from Japan!



The Japanese Government has agreed to provide a USD 38 million grant to ensure uninterrupted operation of essential and emergency health services in Sri Lanka.

Addressing the weekly Cabinet briefing, Minister Bandula Gunawardana said the Japanese Government has agreed to provide a grant of 5 billion yen (approximately USD 38 million) under the Japan Economic and Social Development Programme to improve the health care system of Sri Lanka by ensuring essential services and transportation facilities.

“In view of the current economic crisis in Sri Lanka, this grant has been given to supply fuel, mainly diesel, in the health sector,” he said.


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