Two grant agreements signed by Philippines and Japan on Monday that aggregately worth at over ₱621 million for surge estimating an human asset improvement. Marked by authorities of the NEDA (National Economic and Development Authority) and the JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) in Pasig City, the signed grants secured the ₱621-million change of Warning System for the Cagayan de Oro River Basin & Flood Forecasting, and the Human Resource Development Scholarship.

The surge control venture includes the establishment of a system of hydrological checking hardware that will record precipitation and water level information. Socioeconomic Planning Secretary Ernesto Pernia said in his appreciated comments amid the marking service that 'they are certain that through this task, and with Japan's skill and best in class innovation, they will be stronger against surge related calamities in the Cagayan de Oro River Basin, the longest waterway bowl in the nation'.

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The Philippine and Japanese governments additionally concluded the give for Human Resource Development Scholarship. Pernia said that 'today, he is cheerful to declare that the Japanese Government has allowed two PhD openings for the Philippines, notwithstanding the twenty graduate degree researchers [we] convey every year'.

He said that 'this will most likely add to their endeavors in inclining up financial exercises, and especially in the foundation part'. A week ago, NEDA's Investment Coordination Committee-Cabinet Committee affirmed a credit increment from JICA covering two activities.

The consolidated estimation of the advances was raised to ₱2.18 billion from ₱1.23 billion. This will be utilized to somewhat fund the ₱7.77 billion New Bohol Airport development venture which means to supplant the current Tagbilaran Airport.