Within the framework of the Cultural Diversity Day that is commemorated this Tuesday, October 12 and from El Sauzal de El Impenetrable, Governor Jorge Capitanich inaugurated the renovation and expansion of the building where 850 Primary Education schools with annexed kindergarten and 119 Secondary Education operate, which required an investment of $ 73,965,990 through Promer II.
In addition, the president announced the financing of the graduate trip for fifth-year students.
“With works of this type we are guaranteeing the right to education so that our communities of El Impenetrable have a better quality of life,” emphasized the president. The building will now house almost 400 students between the different levels.
He also called to encourage attachment to native languages within the framework of intercultural bilingual education because “rescuing the language – he said – is part of the identity of our people.”
Capitanich also anticipated that an agreement agreement will soon be signed to finance the paving of the remaining 150 kilometers of route to unite Fuerte Esperanza, Nueva Pompeya, El Sauzal, Wichí and El Sauzalito.
He also reported that in the coming weeks the repair work of the police station, the community center and the church will begin, in addition to the installation of an ATM, in response to the demands of the community.
The activity was also attended by the Minister of Education Aldo Lineras, the mayor of El Sauzalito Alcides Péres, the chief of El Sauzal Eliseo Ibarra; the secretary of Territorial Development and Environment Marta Soneira, the regional director of Education Raúl Sánchez, the director of school No. 850 Jorge Palavecino, and his peer from school No. 119.