There are a lot of Schools in the country that are under trees. The authorities in the country has decided to remove all those schools under trees. This has begun when the Northern Regional Minister cut the sod for the construction of 18 Kindergarten (KG) schools under trees which will be completed within three years across the 16 regions of Ghana. The This project is sponsored by the VALCO Trust Fund and in support of the Ministry of Energy and Ministry of Education. Also the Ghana Education Service will see the construction of 5,403 schools that currently operate under trees. The Executive Director of VALCO has said something about this project. He said that, the initial eighteen structures, which are scheduled to be completed in three years, have been selected from all the regions and it is estimated to cost a whopping GH¢ 6 million. The structures he made mention of includes KGs, primary and JHS with ancillary facilities.
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