Over 1,100 classrooms inaugurated

By IGIHE
On 18 December 2019 at 03:14

The Ministry of Education has inaugurated 150 classrooms built by the government of Rwanda during the fiscal year 2019/2020, expected to reduce congestion, enhance the quality of education and address the problem of school dropouts.

The rooms were inaugurated on Tuesday, December 17, 2019, in different districts and are an addition 1,776 built in the fiscal year 2018/2019, including 1,686 primary and secondary school classrooms and 90 in nursery schools.

Also, 1,452 toilets were inaugurated and are expected to address sanitary challenges that have been rampant in schools.

The Minister of State in Charge of Primary and Secondary Education Dr. Munyakazi Isaac presided over the inauguration of the classrooms in Gisagara District.

He said the classrooms will help address a number of challenges that hitherto faced learners.

“The classrooms will facilitate our children to study well with no congestion and pupils will walk shorter distances from their homes to schools which will help keep them from dropping out of schools. In the meantime, we are looking for a way to increase the school hours, and stop the double-shift system.”

Dr. Munyakazi said the classrooms will help address a number of challenges that hitherto faced learners.
The Minister of State in Charge of Primary and Secondary Education Dr. Munyakazi Isaac presided over the inauguration of the classrooms in Gisagara District.

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