The Handover Ceremony of “The Project for Construction of Second-Generation Health Post in Ruhinga Cell, Nyabimata Sector, Nyaruguru District” under the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP/Kusanone)

Seeing a health service inside of the health post
 On March 15, in Ruhinga cell, Nyaruguru district, Ambassador FUKUSHIMA attended the handover ceremony of GGP/Kusanone with the Mayor of Nyaruguru District and Executive Director of Society for Family Health (SFH).
Traditional dance session
 The Government of Japan provided 75,401 USD to SFH under the framework of GGP/Kusanone. The Project aimed to improve the quality of health care and welfare of the local communities by constructing a new second-generation health post and purchasing medical equipment.
Speech by Ambassador FUKUSHIMA
 Ambassador FUKUSHIMA said in his remarks: “It is my pleasure to attend this handover ceremony with all the leaders and people here today. Health is one of the basic human needs and all people should have access to the health services. There is no doubt of importance of basic health care. I wish this second-generation health post will contribute to provide sustainable health care to people of Ruhinga for a long time by the support of SFH.”

 Mr. MURWANASHYAKA Emmanuel, Mayor of Nyaruguru District, expressed his appreciation to the Government and the people of Japan for this valuable assistance, and mentioned the importance of basic health care especially in local communities.
Mr. MANASSEH Gihana Wandera, Executive Director of Society for Family Health, thanked the Embassy of Japan. He realized the significant cooperation between Japan and Rwanda at high level, so that he could implement this Project for a local community.