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Elementary School Inaugurated In Adi-Musa Village

Newly constructed elementary school in Adi-Musa, Berik sub-zone, at a cost of 1.5 million Nakfa was inaugurated on February 27 and has just enrolled over 190 children.

Berik, 1 March 2011 – Newly constructed elementary school in Adi-Musa, Berik sub-zone, at a cost of 1.5 million Nakfa was inaugurated on February 27 and has just enrolled over 190 children.

Reports disclosed that children in the village were compelled to travel 6 Km to pursue their education and as a result were scoring unimpressive grades, but now, the availability of a school in their village would bring improvement in their academic scores. The school comprises of 4 classrooms, an office, toilets and a reservoir with the capacity of holding more than 150 barrels of water.

Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the Administrator of the Berik sub-zone, Mr. Mengisteab Fissehaye, noted that a number of schools have been constructed in remote areas through the Government’s endeavors, and called on parents to send their children and maintain the school so as to make utmost use of it.

Furthermore, the elders of Adi-Musa village commended the Government’s efforts to extend social services to rural areas, and added that the construction of the school in the village would alleviate perviously encountered educational problems.

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