Japanese Embassy funds classroom project | General News 2008-07-14
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General News of Monday, 14 July 2008

Source: GNA

Japanese Embassy funds classroom project

Hohoe, July 14, GNA-The Japanese Embassy in Ghana is funding the construction of a six-unit classroom block worth 72,200 dollars for the Saint Francis Training College Demonstration Primary School in Hohoe. Other components of the project include a six-seater KVIP toilet, store and furniture for the building.

Mr Fred Baah-Ronnie, contractor on the project told the Ghana News Agency that the building would be completed in February, next year. Mr Alexander Hevi, Headteacher of the School commended the Japanese Embassy for the project, which is expected to increase the school's enrolment.