Pupils in the abovementioned villages have harsh conditions for learning. In certain cases, schools are arranged in rented or abandoned buildings. Exploitation period of the existing school buildings have already expired and at present they are subject to deconstruction. 9 new schools meeting modern standards will be built instead. This is the first time the Ministry is carrying out such a large-scale construction process.
Work on the projects is finished and tenders will be announced shortly. Every detail are taken into consideration for each school.
As Minister Tamar Sanikidze noted, quality has to be achieved and the schools have to be comfortable, meet standards of general education institutions as well as needs of pupils and teachers.
The construction process shall start in the end of November of the current year and the majority of schools will be finished in the period of a year. Lambalo school is the largest-scale project. The school will be finished in approximately fifteen months or a year and a half.
Coming out from the importance and scale of the project and with the initiative of Minister Tamar Sanikidze, Minister of Energy Kakha Kaladze, Minister of Finance Nodar Khaduri, Minister of Regional Development and Infrastructure Davit Narmania, Minister of Sport and Youth Affairs Levan Kipiani and First Deputy Minister of Economy and Sustainable Development Dimitri Kumsiashvili were invited to attend the presentation.