Japan to Build Rwf68 Million Dormitory for Ruhango School

By Hudson Kuteesa

The government of Japan has extended a grant worth $81,857 (over Rwf68m) to build a dormitory for Saint Joseph Nzuki, a Ruhango-based catholic vocational training school.

The dormitory will be completed in a period of six months and will accommodate 400 students.

Signing the grant, recently, at the Japanese embassy in Kigali, Takayuki Miyashita, the Japanese envoy to Rwanda echoed the importance of the support for the school that has about 300 children, half of whom are orphans who are exempted from paying tuition and accommodation fees.

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