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Japan’s Grant Assistance to Malaysia for Grassroots Human Security

The Government of Japan donated RM22, 276.80 to United Voice−Self-Advocacy Society of Persons with Learning Disabilities Selangor & Kuala Lumpur for purchase of equipments to expand its Employment Project for persons with learning disabilities.

The equipments include a digital printer, name card cutter, paper trimmer and a refrigerator. These equipments will be used for a new business venture in name card printing and food business.

The Embassy of Japan and United Voice signed and exchanged the grant contract on 17th December 2007, and the above mentioned equipments have been purchased under the grant.

The equipments was handed over to United Voice on the 26th June by H.E. Mr. Masahiko Horie, Ambassador of Japan to Malaysia. The President of United Voice, Mr Johari Jamali was also present at this ceremony.

Since 1989, the Government of Japan has extended about RM10 million to non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and local governments in Malaysia under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects scheme as a way to contribute to many small but socially important projects at the grassroots level.

United Voice is a NGO, established in 2005, to provide a meeting place for persons with learning disabilities, where they help and support each other. It also creates employment for persons with learning disabilities. Please visit www.unitedvoice.com.my for more information.

Press Coverage
Japanese Ambassador To Malaysia Donates Equipments To United Voice, Bernama, 26 June 2008

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