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Cornerstone of Water Quality Monitoring & Control Center laid.

Minister of the Water and Irrigation Mohammad Al Najjar and Ambassador of the Republic of Korea Bong-kil Shin laid on Monday the cornerstone of the Water Quality Monitoring and Control Center in Amman.

The new center will be built in Amman with the support of the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) that has provided assistance to this center in Amman, in the amount of $3.5 million.

The "Project for Establishing a Telemetering System for a Water Quality Monitoring System" consists mainly of the Water Quality Monitoring and Control Center in Amman, and the Water Quality Measurement Offices in three provinces.

KOICA is a government-run aid agency of the Republic of Korea founded in 1991. In Jordan KOICA Office started its activities since March 2008. KOICA is implementing various grant and technical cooperation programs and projects; they include vocational training project in Zarqa, Irbid Blood Bank project, Korea Oversea volunteer program, invitation training program in Korea.

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Publication:Jordan News Agency (Petra)
Date:Apr 19, 2010
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