Honduras: Taiwan approves $2 million fund

The fund will be used to carry out small social-production community water and sanitary projects.

Friday, December 5, 2008

The Government of Taiwan, via the Technical Secretariat for International Cooperation (Setco), approved $1.95 (36.9 million lempiras) in funds to carry out the projects.

The initiative will benefit million of Hondurans in 50 municipalities in 15 of the country's departments and is a representation of the excellent bilateral relations between the two countries.

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