CIBITOKE February 2nd (ABP) – Three main questions were answered by the Minister in charge of National Education, Mr. François Havyarimana, on Monday January 30, in Bukinanyana, Cibitoke province, within the framework of visits by members of the government throughout the country, to listen to the concerns of the population.
These are the lack of teachers, the lack of teaching materials in technical schools and trades teaching centers, and the proposal to replace directors at D7 level with those at university level, to remedy the shortcomings.
Minister Havyarimana said that the government spares no effort to find a lasting solution to the lack of teachers through its periodic recruitments and providing school communes with teachers. He also spoke about the PACEJ project financed by the World Bank to the tune of 80 million dollars, which will support craft training centers and some technical schools, in building the capacities of teachers, equipping schools with pedagogical materials, and the training of the laureates in the setting up of projects, the best of which will also be supported.
Minister Havyarimana also spoke in favor of the authorities of Cibitoke province, who proposed the replacement of teachers and directors of level D7 in basic schools. That educational manager has also answered many other questions relating to his sector, without forgetting to give the chance to the individual questions mentioned on paper with contact of the sender, which will be answered via telephone.