Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Achacachi Region receives educational infrastructure funded by Japan

EDUCATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE • Over 300 students will benefit Corpaputo new classrooms. At the ceremony, President Evo Morales vowed to build a health center.

By CAMBIO / EUGENE ROXAS (Translation)

Corpaputo Education Unit in Achacachi region. Photo © ERBOL®

ACHACACHI, Bolivia .— Bolivan President Evo Morales yesterday gave a new infrastructure called Corpaputo Education Unit in Achacachi region, which was built with a grant from the Government of Japan.

The project, called Building Classrooms, was executed under the program of Grant Assistance for Human Security Projects Community (APC) of the Embassy of Japan in the region of Achacachi.

Morales said that Japan continues to support several projects in Bolivia with health, education, agriculture, sanitation and environment, among others.

According to data from the Embassy of Japan in Achacachi were implemented 14 projects totaling $ 928,135.

Corpaputo Education Unit houses 300 students daily at the initial, primary and secondary, led by a director and 25 teachers.

Student numbers have grown steadily in each of the levels, lack of adequate infrastructure for education were some of the reasons for dropout.

With the construction of six new classrooms (funded by the Embassy of Japan) and the provision of new furniture (funded by the municipal government of Achacachi) students are expected to attend classes on a more convenient and better develop their potential.

The Head of State also undertook the construction of a health center:

"We will contribute to a health center (...) we hope that next year we are inaugurating a new building more for this historic county, much admired by the Vice President of the Plurinational State.". (He refers to Alvaro Garcia Linera)

Source: CAMBIO®

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