ISLAMABAD (Online) - The Government of Japan has provided 15 ambulances to the Government of Pakistan aiming to improve the health and medical service in Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) here on Monday. According to details the ambulances provided by Japanese Government were purchased as a part of Non Project Grant Aid of US $ 7million which was agreed between the Governments of both countries in January 2008. These ambulances, a minivan type Mitsubishi l-300; will be deployed to a total of thirteen medical institutions in the Agencies of Khyber, Mohmand, Orakzai, Bajaur, and FR Peshawar. Three vehicles will facilitate a swift transport response for the patients and injured to decrease their mortality rate. Putting a high priority on health and education sectors in areas in need, Japan will be providing the thirteen medical institutions with X-Ray Machined, Ultra Sound Machines, Auto Claves, and Elisa Machine following the ambulances. Japan will also provide school furniture such as desks, chairs and blackboards to 1,563 schools and educational administrative bodies in the Agencies of Khyber, Mohmand, Orakzai and FR Peshawar.