Kikuube District | THE BLACK EXAMINER | Today, the Kikuube District Council has given its approval for the allocation of land to establish Rwenyawawa and Ruhunga Seed Secondary Schools for the fiscal year 2023/2024. This decision aligns with the government’s ongoing initiative to ensure that every sub-county has a Seed School, reflecting its commitment to enhancing education accessibility and quality in the region.
The proactive step taken by the Kikuube District Council is part of a broader effort to promote educational development at the grassroots level. By allocating land for these Seed Secondary Schools, the council is contributing to the realization of the government’s vision to provide foundational education infrastructure across all sub-counties.
This initiative is significant not only for expanding educational opportunities but also for fostering community development. Seed Secondary Schools play a crucial role in laying the groundwork for improved literacy rates, empowering local youth, and contributing to the overall socio-economic progress of the district.
The decision underscores the collaborative efforts between the local government and the national education agenda. By ensuring that each sub-county possesses a Seed School, Kikuube District is actively participating in the broader strategy to enhance educational access and quality, thereby positively impacting the lives of its residents.
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