The bank’s Central Zone Manager, Nsolo Mlozi said during a handover ceremony last week that there is need for stakeholders to back state efforts to increase classrooms so that all form one students should be in schools before the end of this month.
“As a bank which understands the importance of education, we are duty bound to support state investments in the sector,” Mlozi told Manyara Regional Commissioner, Joseph Mkirikiti who received the donation.
He said although the government has been allocating a lot of resources to improve public schools, more children are enrolling because of the free primary and secondary education policies hence overstretching available facilities.
“We hope that with this donation, more classrooms will be constructed to make sure that all form one students get in school before end this month,” Mlozi noted while unveiling that the six schools are Aytesea, Galapo, Madunga, Magugu, Nar and Qash Secondary Schools.
Speaking at the event, Babati Rural’s District Executive Director, John Nchimbi paid tribute to NMB’s leadership saying that Dar es Salaam based lender has been a very good partner of the district and its residents.
“This donation gives up relief because it will speed up construction work of new classrooms but also benefit the majority of ordinary people’s families,” Nchimbi said saying the donation also contributes towards government’s plans to improve public schools in the country...read more on https://epaper.ippmedia.com