Hinterland education project launched

On Monday, the Ministry of Education launched its Hinterland Education Improvement Project (HEIP) at the St. Ignatius Benab, Lethem, Region 9. A release from the Ministry of Education today said that more than 300 parents, teachers and students from Kumu,  Kaicumbay, Arapaima, MocoMoco, Quarrie, Yupukari, Fly Hill, Katoka, Hiawa, St. Ignatius, Quatata, Nappi, Parishara turned out.

The release said this event marked the start of a series of public consultations to be held throughout the hinterland. It will lead to a five-year action plan for HEIP.

Minister of Education Priya Manickchand being greeted by students of St Ignatius (Ministry of Education photo)
Minister of Education Priya Manickchand being greeted by students of St Ignatius (Ministry of Education photo)

 

 

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