Kwawu East to eradicate schools-under-trees

There will soon be no school-under-trees in Kwawu EastThe Kwahu East District Assembly has completed a number of school building projects as part of government’s efforts to eradicate schools under trees in the area.

The projects are also aimed at creating increased access to education for children in the district, as well as to improve upon the standard of education.

Nana Antwi Siaw, District Chief Executive (DCE) disclosed this to the Ghana News Agency,  when he inspected  the construction of ongoing school projects, and

three-bedroom apartments for the District Health Directorate and the District Magistrate Court.

He said three-unit classroom blocks funded by the District Assembly Common Fund  have been completed at Nkwatia,  Oframase,  Hyewohuden and  Borukuwa.

Nana Siaw said the completed projects would be inaugurated and handed over to the Ghana Education Service and the beneficiary communities when school re-opens next academic term.

Another three-unit classroom block and six units vault chamber toilet and a urinal facilities, he said, were also under construction for schools at Ankoma and Kwahu Tafo  and are expected to be completed by the end of the year.

“Rehabilitation works at the Abetifi Roman Catholic (R/C) Basic School is also to be completed by  the end of the month,” he added.

The DCE said the projects are being financed with resources from the Assembly’s District Development Fund, the Internally Generated Fund and the District Assembly’s share of the Common Fund.


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