Peru: Government makes progress on closing education infrastructure gaps

Photo: ANDINA/Presidency of the Republic of Peru

Photo: ANDINA/Presidency of the Republic of Peru

18:01 | Lima, Jun. 10.

The President of the Republic Dina Boluarte on Monday asserted that the Government is moving forward through concrete actions, not promises, in closing Peru's educational infrastructure gaps.

Mrs. Boluarte inaugurated the seventh Bicentennial School (I.E. 0083 San Juan Macías) in Lima's San Luis district.

Within this framework, the Head of State stressed that the Executive Branch moves forward despite the obstacles attempting to hinder national progress.

"Through concrete actions, not promises, we are fulfilling and advancing in closing the gaps in educational infrastructure, and we will continue (advancing), despite the obstacles posed by those who seek to interrupt the country's development process," Mrs. Boluarte expressed.

"The Government will speak through deeds and work," she emphasized. 

Likewise, the top official stressed her conviction to prioritize the implementation of an educational service for children and youth from every region to study at safe and sound schools.

Moreover, she reaffirmed that united Peruvians will be stronger to enhance the education sector and deal with challenges, such as citizen security, improvements in healthcare services, and the frontal fight against corruption.


Publicado: 10/6/2024