The construction contract had been signed.

Nov 14, 2016

The construction works for improving of the 1.2 Km length farm road with laterite coverage and for a new pond at Bosampor village, and for a new pond at Chirok village which reported with WEB News on November 1st has become more realistic.

On November 8, the contract for construction of those road and ponds had been signed between Cambodian Mine Action Centre (CMAC) as Contractor and Good Earth Japan (GEJ) as owner at the head quarter of CMAC in Cambodia.
Mr. Heng Ratana, Delegate of the Royal Government in charge as Director General of CMAC who signed the contract on behalf of CMAC commented that remembering the severe drought experienced this year in Cambodia, this kind of big pond for the villages should be very important and beneficial for living and for farming. He thanked the GEJs activities and hoped the continued support by GEJ for the villagers living at post mine field to become independent.

As commencement of pond construction at Chirok village shall be the after the rice harvesting around the end of this year, the total completion of this project shall be the February next year.

GEJ will pay attention to the progress of construction work avoiding any delay till the completion.
GEJ support farmers who live on the post minefield to become independent through agriculture training, improving living environment, and improvement of infrastructure.

Signing ceremony of the contract at CMAC