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Works for construction of 3 classroom block at Nyakango Primary school in Maghasa ,Mpata Parish, Bwesumbu Sub county funded by Kabira foundation , started yesterday 19th January  2024  .

The ground breaking ceremony attended by the district political and technical leadership, local leaders , donors and residents of Maghasa was presided over by the Deputy RDC Mr. Maate Magwara at Nyakanengo Primary School in Bwesumbu Suncounty.

Under this project, Kabira Foundation is to construct 6 classrooms and a staff house in 3 phases. First phase will include  construction of 3 classrooms, second Phase will be 3 more classrooms and last phase will be a staff house.

However, according to Mr. Camilo Otim ,Kabira Foundation volunteer, the project depends on individual contributions from individual donors and therefore availability of funds from individual donors will determine the period of completion. He said that Kabira foundation will ensure that all planned interventions are implemented and construction of the 1st phase of 3 classroom block will be implemented in 4 months if there are no challenges from the community since funds are available.

He appealed to the parents and residents of Maghasa to support the contractors with delivering of materials and carrying of water to the site since the community has a challenge of water and hard reach terrain.

The deputy RDC incharge of Bukonzo Mr. Maate asked residents of Maghasa to cooperate with Kabira foundation to ensure that the project is implemented with no challenges.

He also asked the people of Bwesumbu to learn to appreciate and support efforts and programs of Government rather than always criticizing because it affects service delivery.

While responding to the school head teachers report which indicated a very low level of completion for children of Nyakanengo Primary school, the deputy RDC asked parents to take over their roles of supporting their children to stay in school and complete school.

He encouraged parents to utilise the government  training institute for skills  in mubuku especially for children who have dropped out of school.

The District Chairperson , Mr Muhindi Erifaz Bukombi asked parents to mobilize their children to go to school so that the classroms being constructed achieve the intended prupose.

He appreciated efforts of Kabira Foundation to secure funds to support Nyakanengo primary school. He pledged commitment of Government to continue supporting and strengthening service delivery to the people of Bwesumbu and beyond.