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GES and District Assemblies Meet


2007-05-31 20:27:00
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four-day training of trainers’ workshop on strengthening management and preventive maintenance of school infrastructure has been held in Bolgatanga.

Participants were drawn from the Ghana Education Service (GES) and the engineering units of district assemblies in the Upper East Region.

In an address to close the workshop, Mr. Afulani Ajene, Projects Officer at the Regional Directorate of Education, said the African Development Bank, which sponsored school projects under the community-based Rural Development Project (CBRDP), had singled out maintenance as a pre-condition for the seven beneficiary districts.

Mr. Ajene urged participants to impart what they had learnt to the 1,500 school heads and SMC/PTAs in their districts to ensure success of the project.

source: ghanadistricts.com

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