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12/6/2017 8:10:33 AM

Japan, World Vision Vietnam build classrooms for mountainous province

(VNF) - Recently, the Embassy of Japan in Vietnam shook hands with World Vision Vietnam on the project for construction of six classrooms in Phinh Sang day-boarding primary school in the Vietnamese mountainous Tuan Giao district of Dien Bien province. 

At the signing ceremony on December 1st. (Photo: World Vision Vietnam)

The project is scheduled to be complete by December 2018, which will directly bring benefits to 174 students and 23 teachers of the school through increasing regular attendance rate from 85 per cent to 95 per cent.

With USD 72,978 funded by the Embassy of Japan, World Vision Vietnam will partner with Tuan Giao District Department of Education who committed to match USD 32,000 (equivalent to approximately VND 729,320,000)deploying the project.

Currently, school have many temporary classrooms made from wooden planks which are either too sunny or light deficient. The school playground is almost empty of play fallicities./.

Without students no one think this is a classroom. (Photo: World Vision Vietnam)

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