Four New Schools To Be Built In Sar-e Pol Province

Last week, the Wakht News Agency (WNA) reported that the Ministry of Education announced that the foundations for four schools have been poured in the northern province of Sar-e Pol. Officials from the provincial education department, tribal elders and teachers attended the foundation stone laying ceremonies for the schools. Per the WNA report, a school for girls is being built in the Poltrab area of Gosfandi district.  Another school is being built in Olya, a village of Kurk, in the Sozma district.  Two other schools, one for boys and one for girls are being built in the Sancharak district of the province. According to the WNA report, each of these schools will contain seven classrooms, two administration rooms, six restroom stalls and a wall that surrounds the school.  The total cost for the project is estimated at $482,‎‎000 USD. It is being funded by UNICEF.

August 7, 2011   Posted in: Education, Reconstruction and Development