29 November 2012

Angola: Japan Ambassador Re-Inaugurates School in Benguela

Benguela — The ambassador of Japan to Angola, Ryozo Myoi, re-inaugurated on Thursday a primary school, with the Santo António Parish in Fronteira ward, Benguela Municiplaity, Angop has learnt.

The school was rehabilitated and equipped by the non-governmental organization Servir, with thesupport of the Japanese Government. It has 10 classrooms to accommodate 1,228 students in three shifts.

The works worth over 10 million Kwanzas. One dollars is being rated at 100 Kwanzas.

Meanwhile, speaking to the press, the ambassador considered the primary education as the base, as it is important to create a favorable teaching environment for the study of children, through support to worthy schools.

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