NDS1 set to deliver 3000 schools

NDS1 set to deliver 3000 schools

His Excellency President Emmerson Mnagagwa

By Letwin Mubonesi

The government is set to deliver 3000 schools across the country as part of implementing Vision 2030 anchored on the National Development Strategy 1.

 Over the past few months, the government has implemented infrastructural development projects such as road rehabilitation and dam construction.

Public transportation continues to be improved as more buses are coming in from China and 3 more batches are expected to arrive between October and December this year.

Under NDS1, the government will be paying particular attention to broadening access and participation to education by marginalised population in both rural and urban areas with the private sector expected to play a key role as envisaged by the strategic economic blueprint.

The president revealed that education has not been left out in these developments and minister of education, Mr Cain Mathema has submitted 3000 names of schools countrywide, which require construction.

“There is no area in Zimbabwe that will remain behind in terms of access to education and we have begun funding that programme,” he said.

He recently handed over two buses to the Zimbabwe National Army, Air Force of Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe Republic Police and Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services.

The president expressed his satisfaction with the way National Development Strategy 1 is shaping up the country and he announced that the government will continue funding similar initiatives to improve the livelihoods of its employees and the general public.

He said, “At least we have a vision and it’s unfolding and the public is able to see what we are doing. We are implementing this vision at the pace at which we are able to finance. If our financial muscle strengthens, the pace at which we implement our vision will be more rapid but currently we are implementing what we have said in terms of infrastructural development in the country including building 3000 schools across the country.”

Presently, roads are being rehabilitated under the Emergency Road Rehabilitation Programme phase 2 which had seen most roads impassable or difficult to navigate owing to incessant rains and decade-long neglect. The Second Republic has mobilised almost $400 million for the rehabilitation of the country’s major highways and some feeder roads.

Conclusively, other infrastructure developments the government have worked on include expansion of major airports that include Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport as well as the construction of one stop court in Chinhoyi.

Nyari Mashayamombe

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