Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Provincial Disaster Management Authority has finished the reconstruction of 70 flood-affected government schools across the province.
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The elementary and secondary education departments now have control over all of the restored institutions. According to a statement released here on Wednesday, the reconstruction of 40 other quake-resistant schools is also underway.
19 schools in Swat, seven in Lower and Upper Dir, four in Malakand, five in Shangla, 16 in Nowshera, five in Charsadda, six in Dera Ismail Khan, and one in Peshawar were repaired.
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By the end of 2017, the PDMA has been entrusted with rebuilding the destroyed schools. Local communities have begun enrolling children in these schools as a result of their rehabilitation.
According to PDMA Director General Shareef Hussain, boundary walls were also built, and the schools were furnished with furniture and electricity. In these schools, he claimed, there were also ramps and separate restrooms for disabled youngsters.
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