The initiative will favor the development of sporting and cultural events that will allow the integral formation of the 500 students of the institution.
The US government built a covered sports area in the “José Napoleón Duarte” Educational Complex, located in Apopa, with an investment valued at $ 663,570.
The work, which will benefit more than 500 students, was carried out through Southern Command and as part of a Humanitarian Assistance (HAP) donation, according to the United States Embassy.
In the delivery ceremony of the work, which took place yesterday, the Charge d’Affaires of the United States Embassy, Brendan O’Brien, school authorities, as well as representatives of the Ministry of Defense participated.
In this sports space, schoolchildren will be able to develop both sports and extracurricular cultural activities.
“It fills me with pride to participate in the delivery of this multipurpose center for the José Napoleón Duarte school. It is clear that investing in the youth and children of El Salvador is a priority for our help… “, wrote O’Brien on his official Twitter account.
The US official pointed out that the projects of the Southern Command Humanitarian Assistance Program focus on specific needs of the communities.
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