Progress on the Construction of ACTEC funded educational Infrastructure at Don Bosco Muhazi
The construction works of the one storey building at Don Bosco Muhazi Technical and Vocational Education Training School are at a good stage as seen in the Photos taken this week.
The building is expected to be completed in four months, according to the site engineer.
The building is part of the five year ACTEC project that aims to build the capacity of the Don Bosco Muhazi Technical and Vocational Education Training School.
The building will host the classroom section, ICT Room, offices and practice area.
The one-storey building is a results of the good partnership between the Salesians of Don Bosco in the Africa of Great Lakes Province and ACTEC,-Association for Cultural, Technical and Educational Cooperation which is a Belgian NGO created in 1982 to strengthen the role and autonomy of marginalized people by training them in a profession.
The five-year project includes construction of new classrooms and renovation of the existing classrooms, capacity building for trainers, Promotion of ICT, promotion of environmental and cultural Club, introduction of new modules to be launched at the center, state-of-the-art training equipment, student development and literacy, among other aspects that will be touched during the project implementation.