UMS and the Wazni Foundation continue their grand plan for education in the Boké region
This article is taken from the Guineenews media
After the schools of Koffia, General Lansana Conte, Baralande and Dibia Laic, it is the turn of the school of Tamaransy to benefit from the primary school renovation plan, put in place by United Mining Supply (UMS).
The work, which began on September 27, is now complete. The school, with 128 students divided into 3 classes, benefits from new infrastructure that will allow students to study in conditions favorable to their academic success and personal development. It will also allow teachers to work in a more pleasant environment.
At the same time, maintenance work on the Koffia school also began earlier this week, to refresh the school in preparation for the start of the school year scheduled for October 21.
In addition, 120 kg of study books for primary will be offered to students of renovated schools.
In fact, beyond renovating buildings, the Foundation is committed to providing school materials to students and to contributing to teacher training. The plan thus aims to integrate all the elements that are factors of success for education.
In this context, the Foundation has also started a partnership with the Guinean NGO “ONG Evolution” for the monitoring of deserving students and the establishment of voluntary training sessions for teachers with a first amount of 42,000,000 GNF.
“Promoting the education of young children is contributing to the development of our country. This is why UMS and the Wazni Foundation are committed to this major initiative to renovate schools, distribute school supplies and train teachers in order to create better study conditions in the Boké region ”, declares Fadi Wazni. , Chairman and CEO of UMS.
… Another step in the major renovation plan for primary schools in Boké with the end of the renovation work on the Tamaranssy school, the 5th establishment to benefit from a complete renovation thanks to the Wazni Foundation.
Promoting the education of young children contributes to the development of our country. This is why we are engaged in this major initiative to renovate schools, distribute school supplies and train teachers in order to create better study conditions in the Boké region.