Disaster resilience project on Nevis funded by the government and people of Japan officially closes

A project for improving disaster resilience on Nevis, funded by the government and people of Japan, was recently officially closed at a ceremony to mark the occasion at the Albertha Payne Community Centre in Bath Village. In brief remarks, Mr. Hideaki Fujiyama, Second Secretary at the Embassy of Japan to St. Kitts and Nevis said his country is committed to helping vulnerable small island states like Nevis.

 They are very important for countries such as ours, island states, which are most vulnerable to the negative effects of natural disasters such as hurricanes, typhoons and tsunamis.“It is for this reason why my government remains committed to these efforts and welcomes opportunities for collaboration in this area with state as well as grassroots and community.




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