Japan and Jordan have signed an agreement for a $23.5 million grant, which will be used to rehabilitate water networks in the Middle Eastern country’s Tafileh governorate.

The funding will be drawn from the Japan International Cooperation Agency’s program grant aid for environment and climate change, The Jordan Times notes. Jordan is also expecting budget support from Japan.

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