Guatemala: $ 13.4 Million for Rebuilding Schools

The U.S. government and private sector investment will be used for rebuilding and equipping schools and health centers.

Monday, January 31, 2011

The $ 4.38 million grant from the U.S. Government and the $8.76 million contribution by the private sector will be used to rebuild 171 schools and 38 health centers damaged by natural disasters over the past year.

"The project was launched yesterday in the southern department of Escuintla, where they will repair several schools and health centers," said a diplomatic source from the U.S. Government to EFE.

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Tender: School Infrastructure for $44 million

October 2016

The Ministry of Education in Panama is putting out to tender construction of schools in the provinces of West Panama, Panama, Cocle Ngäbe Bugle and Chiriqui.

Panama Government Purchase 2016-0-07-0-15-LV-027 876:

"Designs, studies, development plans and construction of the Integral Formation Education Center located in Nuevo Emperador, District of Arraiján, Province of Panama West."

Awards: Schools for $40 million

February 2016

Constructora Meco won the contract to carry out studies, design and construction of several schools in Panama nationwide.

The Ministry of Education awarded the contract for $40,416,438.13 for studies, design, construction, replacement of ranch-style infrastructure and other renovations and expansions in schools nationwide.

Panama: Infrastructure Projects for $75 million

March 2015

Sanitation, drinking water, construction and repair of schools are part of the works which the government announced will be carried out this year in Ngäbe Bugle.

From a statement issued by the Government of Panama:

The Cabinet Council held in Llano Tugrí approved projects in the fields of education, housing, health and infrastructure directly impacting 197.981 residents Ngäbe Bugle.

Guatemala: $10 Million for Rebuilding Schools

June 2010

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

Government authorities explained that the resources are part of a $150 million loan by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). This loan was intended for the country’s educational system, but had not been used so far due to its strict requirements.

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