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Twelve complete primary schools in the city of Beira are taking delivery of tents to use as temporary classrooms while their conventional ones are undergoing rehabilitation.
District Director of Education for Beira, Nacer de Sousa, reports that the tents are already being pitched at the Primeiro de Maio and Primeiro de Junho schools, those for the latter in the city’s sports pavilion in the Ponta-Gêa neighbourhood.
In the case of EPC Mulheres Macombe, discussions are taking place around setting up the tents on the school’s football field.
Recalling that some classrooms at the Samora Machel Secondary and Pre-University School, where only exam Grades 10 and 12 classes are ongoing, are also still undergoing rehabilitation, Nacer de Sousa revealed that tents will be set up on the school soccer pitch over the course of this week so that students in non-exam grades can also resume classes.
The education sector is also in negotiations with the Caminhos de Ferros de Moçambique (CFM) company with a view to temporarily making use of the 32 classrooms at the Railway School.