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According to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), Japan has provided humanitarian aid to the Philippines for the victims of the recent magnitude 7 earthquake that struck Abra and the adjacent regions.
The Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) reportedly donated camping tents, sleeping mats, generators, plastic sheets, and water containers on August 2.
“May this provision boost the relief efforts of Philippine authorities and ease the burden of communities devastated by the earthquake. Japan is in solidarity with you at this difficult time. Kasama nyo kami, Pilipinas (We are with you, Philippines),” said Japanese Ambassador to the Philippines Kazuhiko Koshikawa in a separate statement.
JICA Chief Representative Takema Sakamoto, DFA Undersecretary for Civilian Security and Consular Affairs Jesus Domingo, and DSWD Assistant Secretary for Special Projects Rommel Lopez were also present at the turnover ceremony. BKM/ Expat Media
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