JAPANESE EMBASSY DONATES SCHOOL BUILDING TO KIDAPAWAN CITY
THE EMBASSY of Japan donated a school building to the City Government of Kidapawan in North Cotabato under its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Project.
“Construction of the school began in May 2020 and was only turned to the local government Tuesday afternoon due to the pandemic,” Kidapawan City Mayor Jose Paolo Evangelista.
Japanese Consul-General Yoshihisa Ishikawa led the handover of the P9.4 million school building to the Sto. Niño Elementary School.
The facility has four classrooms for Grades 3, 4, 5 and 6.
It has a storm drainage and downspout, sanitary and plumbing fixtures, septic vault, catch basin, fire protection system, overhead tank and cistern, lighting fixtures, and a fire alarm system.
The city government provided 180 armchairs, 4 teacher tables and chairs and blackboards in each classroom.