4,686 na silid-aralan natapos ng DPWH 12

  • May 18, 2017

LUNGSOD NG KORONADAL, South Cotabato,  May 18 (PIA) – Sa loob ng dalawang taon  nakapagpatayo ng 4,686 na mga silid-aralan ang Department of Public Works and Highways sa iba’t ibang  bahagi ng  SOCCSKSARGEN Region.


Batay sa ulat ng  DPWH 12 Information Unit,  mula  2014 hanggang  2016  natapos na ng  DPWH 12 ang  mahigit 80 sa 1,580 na mga  gusaling pampaaraalan  na nakatakda nilang  ipatupad sa  ilalim ng   DPWH-Department of Education   convergence  program na Basic  Education Facilities Fund (BEFF).


Sa kasalukuyan mayroon na lamang  290  na gusaling pampaaralan ang kailangan  tapusin ng  walong district engineering office ng  DPWH 12.


Sa  kabuuan, naglaan ang pamahalaan ng  P9.4 bilyon  para sa pagpapatayo ng mga gusaling pampaaralan sa  Rehiyon  12  sa  ilalim  ng BEFF. 


Maliban sa mga nabanggit, natapos  na rin itayo   ng  DPWH  12 ang  51  sa  61  na technical-vocational  buildings na  paglalagyan ng mga laboratory  equipment at mga makinarya.


Ang mga  nasambit na proyektong  pang-imprastraktura  ay ipinatupad  upang punan ang kailangang silid-aralan  at  pasilidad  pang-edukasyon  kasabay ng pagpapatupad ng  K to 12 Program. (DEDoguiles-PIA 12)


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