UNWPA to launch PHL branch this April, JunCa online platform introduced

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Up to the present, the Philippines and Japan remained as good friends despite what happened during World War III.

As a matter of fact, they even deepened and their bilateral and diplomatic relations to each other which are evident to the number of Japanese who are continuously showing their interest to invest new projects in the country.

In cooperation with the Metro Manila Development Authority a new project has been launched lately by the united nation world peace association with headquarters in Japan which aims to resolve the issue of face mask shortage in our country due to the massive threat of coronavirus 2019 or covid-19. Aside from doing humanitarian projects, UNWPA is planning to create a branch here in the Philippines, with preparations started last January and the launch itself in April.

When it comes to innovation, Japan has also introduced to us an online platform that will help us through the following financial services: foreign currency, international and domestic remittance here and abroad, online payment, and virtual currency. Called as JunCa Platform which was created by JunCa Group Company headed by Hisayuki Nangatome, this new technology will also contribute to the welfare of our society through means of scholarship and donations. The features of JunCa Platform includes fintech, ATM, card, and wallet services.

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