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27 classrooms for schools under trees

2012-03-12 20:45:35
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Plights of pupils who study under trees in the Bawku West District Assembly in the Upper East Region will end soon as serious construction works are currently on-going on about 27 classrooms for about 9 basic schools in the area.

School that are either operating under trees or in dilapidated structures have been penciled to benefit from the projects. The Bawku West District Chief Executive, Moro Adam Anabah who disclosed this in an interview with declared that due to the urgency of the facilities the contractors had only six months to complete the projects.

He believed the projects funded from the Ghana Education Trust Fund (GETFund) would provide a favorable atmosphere for teaching and learning and also boost infrastructure in the education sector of the district.

Mr. Anabah highlighted some of the beneficiary schools to include Gabuliga, Aniego, Bogore Namoogo, Noskoliga (all primary schools), among others.


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