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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