AUSTRALIA through its direct aid programme will support Magotu Schools with building materials to complete their school classroom building.
Magotu a primary school in Isabel province provides education to children across five communities from Susubona Port to Kaevanga Port within Hograno district, a constituency of Minister Jeremiah Manele.
It us understood that Mr Manele together with the people of Magotu built this classroom from fundraising and RCDF funds.
During the handover on the project, Second Secretary, Australian High Commission Alexandra Little said that Australia through its direct aid programme is happy to support Magotu primary school.
Australia’s timely involvement means that the classrooms will be completed in time for use during the second semester July – November of the school year.
These classrooms will replace existing classrooms built 32 years ago.
The Direct Aid Programme (DAP) is a flexible small grants programme funded by the Australian Government and managed through the Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade (DFAT) overseas posts.
The programme aims to support projects with a strong development focus that complement Australia’s broader aid programme which contributes to sustainable economic growth and poverty reduction.
Whilst, while congratulating Magotu Primary School more especially people from Galatha, Momotu, Riusisi, Mabiosi, Ghove and Riuvate, Alexandra. Little said that she is happy and is looking forward to visiting once the project has been completed.