resumes as Rwanda eases COVID 19 lockdown
Activities of constructing a modern building that will host students of Culinary Arts and Hairdressing trades at Don Bosco Rango Technical Education and Vocational Training School are running well after stalled activities resumed following the partial removal of the COVID 19 lockdown in Rwanda.
The construction activities are daily followed up by the Salesian team as well as the technical team of engineers to make sure that the new building is completed in due time.
The Modern building at Don Bosco Rango TVET is part of the Don Bosco global programme through which Salesians across Africa seek to modernize the Technical education and Vocational Training Centres.
The construction Company at this site has provided jobs for about 32 local citizens among them five young students of Don Bosco Rango who are getting hands on skills via the construction site.
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