$ 30 Million for Schools in Panama

The Ministry of Education expects to provide maintenance for 400 schools across the country in 2011.

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

José Plana, director of Engineering and Architecture Department of the Ministry of Education (MEDUC), noted that works will begin in January with maintenance tasks on 300 schools.

Pending approval by the Ministry of Economy and Finance, 50 other projects will be submitted to a bidding process.

"Plana said that by the year 2011, the investment and maintenance budget will be $ 30 million." Prensa.com reported.

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Three tenders worth $70 million to build 68 schools in Ngäbe Bugle and Veraguas have been declared void and it has been announced that they will be tendered again before October.

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The Inter-American Development Bank has approved a loan of $70 million for providing innovative infrastructure to 47 communities in Panama.

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Guatemala: $10 Million for Rebuilding Schools

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The money will be used to rebuild 1.128 schools damaged or destroyed by Agatha tropical storm and the eruption of Pacaya volcano.

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The Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing in Guatemala, is calling for bidders for the expansion of the Official Rural Mixed Primary School, Aldea El Bran, and the Mixed Rural Caserío Chuvillil school.

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