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    Japan agree on multi-million Marawi rehab grant

    MANILA - The finance department on Tuesday said the government has signed an agreement with Japan, formalizing a grant to provide a ¥2 billion (P956 million) in funding to support Marawi City rehabilitation.

    The agreement was signed by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and Yoshio Wada, the chief representative in the Philippines of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), DOF said in a statement.

    Dominguez said the government already identified 903 priority projects with an estimated cost of P55 billion.

    “I would like to assure the ambassador and the chief representative of JICA that we are very keenly aware that these funds come from the taxpayers of Japan, and that we will honor them by not wasting those funds,” Dominguez said after the signing the grant agreement.

    Japan has so far provided the Philippines an estimated $36 million to assist in Marawi’s relief and rehabilitation, the DOF said.

    “We affirm Japan’s commitment to the Philippines as a special friend, and closer than a brother, always willing to lend a helping hand. Together let's eagerly rebuild Marawi from the ground up and help Marawi rise again," Japan Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda said.


    n April, the government approved other sources of financing for the priority projects under the Bangon Marawi Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Recovery Plan (BMCRRP), DOF said.

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    MANILA - The finance department on Tuesday said the government has signed an agreement with Japan, formalizing a grant to provide a ¥2 billion (P956 million) in funding to support Marawi City rehabilitation.

    The agreement was signed by Finance Secretary Carlos Dominguez III and Yoshio Wada, the chief representative in the Philippines of the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), DOF said in a statement.

    Dominguez said the government already identified 903 priority projects with an estimated cost of P55 billion.

    “I would like to assure the ambassador and the chief representative of JICA that we are very keenly aware that these funds come from the taxpayers of Japan, and that we will honor them by not wasting those funds,” Dominguez said after the signing the grant agreement.

    Japan has so far provided the Philippines an estimated $36 million to assist in Marawi’s relief and rehabilitation, the DOF said.

    “We affirm Japan’s commitment to the Philippines as a special friend, and closer than a brother, always willing to lend a helping hand. Together let's eagerly rebuild Marawi from the ground up and help Marawi rise again," Japan Ambassador to the Philippines Koji Haneda said.


    n April, the government approved other sources of financing for the priority projects under the Bangon Marawi Comprehensive Rehabilitation and Recovery Plan (BMCRRP), DOF said.

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    now you know why filipinos are very pro-japan..

    japan acts like elder brother...

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