Panama Will Invest $100 Million in Indigenous Areas

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Indigenous Structure in Panama

Indigenous Structure in Panama

In yesterday’s “Mi Diario,” Martinelli made an announcement to invest $100 million into the indigenous areas of the country.  More information Below –

Panama’s president Ricardo Martinelli gave some very good news to the indigenous areas of the country while attending the inauguration of the improvements made to the Basic Education Center (CEBG) in the neighborhood of 24 de Diciembre. With support from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) Panama signed an agreement to invest $100 million dollars in the regions of the Kuna Yala, Emberá Wounan and Ngäbe Buglé. Of this total, $30 million dollars will go to support education in the area, and another $70 million dollars will be used to build roads in areas that are difficult to access. Happy for the improvements – Apart from this announcement, the educational community CEBG in the neighborhood of 24 de Diciembre was celebrating. It is that one of their old aspirations finally came true. At a cost of more than $1.5 million dollars several projects were completed, including the expansion and repair of twelve classrooms, restrooms, water fountains, the construction of a new soccer field with a synthetic surface, as well as improvements to the science and computer labs. (Mi Diario)

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