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The Finnish embassy donated N$2.2 million to the Desert Research Foundation of Namibia for a one year project. The project which is part of the Fund for Local Cooperation will be under the administration of the Embassy of Finland and is aimed at improving water and sanitation services in the country. The fund signing agreement took place at the Embassy of Finland on 24 January. (Picture) Päivi Joki-Kyyny, attachè at the embassy of Finland and Stefan Nel, accountant at the Desert Research Foundation at the signing ceremony. (Photograph by Yvonne Amukwaya)
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