Guatemala: $ 29 Million for School Infrastructure

The Ministry of Education allocated $ 29.2 million for construction and repair of school infrastructure in 2011.

Friday, January 7, 2011

The number represents an increase of 239% compared to the $ 12.2 million invested in 2010.

This year, education authorities will continue to improve the infrastructure and construction of 206 new classrooms for pre-primary and 225 more for primary education. Also, it has contemplated to build 52 health services facilities.

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Guatemala: $5 Million for Schools

April 2017

The government plans to use the funds to build and equip three schools in rural municipalities, as part of an $88 million investment plan in educational infrastructure .

In the first stage of the School Reform program, the resources, which come from the Alliance for Prosperity Plan, will go towards construction and equipment for three to four schools.

El Salvador: $60 million for Education

December 2011

The World Bank has approved a loan to improve the quality of education of middle and high school students.

Press release: World Bank

More than 41,000 middle and high school students in El Salvador will have access to quality education as a result of a proposed $60 million loan approved today by the World Bank's Executive Board.

Honduras to improve basic education with IDB support

April 2011

Honduras will improve basic education for more than 100,000 students with the help of a $37 million loan from the IDB.

The financing will help students to learn more in basic education schools that serve the country’s poorest population.

The program’s goal of improving educational quality is designed to complement the “Bono 10Mil” program, which provides conditional cash transfers to low-income families that keep their children in school.

Panama to Invest $ 100 Million in Indigenous Communities

March 2011

An aggressive investment plan of $ 100 million will be implemented in Kuna, Embera Wounaan and Bugle Ngäbe.

The announcement was made by President Ricardo Martinelli at the inauguration of the improvements made to the 24 de Diciembre General Basic Education Center (CEBG).

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