CDB funds new classroom block at Christiana Moravian Primary

The Christiana Moravian Primary School in Manchester, officially opened a new classroom block which was constructed and furnished with funding from the Caribbean Development Bank.
It was implemented by the Jamaica Social Investment Fund (JSIF) on Thursday. 
The block houses ten classrooms, and is already occupied by 300 of the 1,100 students enrolled at the school.
Rehabilitation work was also done on several classrooms and the bathrooms. 
The schoolyard was paved and playground equipment installed.
Additionally, ramps and walkways were built and handrails installed. 
The total project cost just less than J$84 million.

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