16 billion Provided to Improve Education Infrastructure in 17 Regions. Deputy Secretary General of the Office of the President PMO-RALG in charge of Education Gerald Mweli, said a total of 16 billion shillings has been provided for the construction of toilet facilities in 17 regions in the country.
Mweli said this yesterday at various times while talking to teachers and some officials in Monduli and Karatu districts that the amount has been allocated to address the shortage of toilets in 600 primary schools in 17 regions and that other regions with 900 schools will also continue. receive money in installments.
“16 billion has been disbursed to out of the 1500 primary schools intended to improve toilet facilities, 20 billion has been paid to teachers as arrears of salaries and the Government will continue to pay teachers’ claims after the final verification.”
While in Karatu district, he was satisfied with the pace of Karatu secondary school teachers’ efforts to improve academic performance and achievement and said all students with misconduct were not accepted in schools, following a total of 21 Form Six students being expelled from school for misconduct. by launching unproductive strikes at the school which led to the expulsion of the school one day before the final exam of Form Six 2020.
For her part, Assistant Director of Primary Education Office of the President PMO-RALG Suzan Nussu has urged Karatu boarding secondary school students to study hard and knowledge to make their contribution to the Nation of tomorrow as the country’s hope is to see them join various colleges of education and other fields.
16 billion Provided to Improve Education Infrastructure in 17 Regions
Monduli District Administrative Secretary Mr. Robert Amos has appealed to the Government to establish state-of-the-art libraries that will have regular books and soft books and have online libraries in all districts in the country to uplift the elites in Government Authorities. Local and Tanzanians in general studying various subjects and professions to uplift the Nation.
Mr. Epimark Emmay, the head teacher of Manyara boarding primary school in Monduli district, said a total of 3.3 billion shillings has been donated by African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) Stakeholders to fund the construction of new education infrastructure at the school including classrooms, toilets, houses. of teachers, courtyard, dormitory, kitchen as well as school furniture and that the remaining challenge is the lack of reliable transport which however the Deputy Secretary General (EDUCATION) Office of the President PMO-RALG Mr. Gerald Mweli promised to address.
Projects visited by the Deputy Principal Secretary in the Office of the President PMO-RALG in charge of Education Gerald Mweli include secondary and primary schools.