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Screen_Shot_2015-09-02_at_8.15.45_PMToday the Chan Pine Ridge Government Primary School opened its newly refurbished boys and girls bathroom after works were completed by the Social Investment Fund. The Belize Social Investment Fund in collaboration with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, and the school community implemented the school project as part of its mandate to work in line with the Government’s strategy in addressing the basic needs of Belizeans in the area of primary education. The project included the construction of a septic tank and drain field as well as replacement of existing fixtures such as wash hand basins, toilets, urinals and showers. Windows were also replaced, the electrical system was upgraded, walls were painted and the floors were tiled. Two water reservoirs were also connected to the plumbing system to serve as backup in the event of a shortage of water supply.  The project has a total cost of $58,001.40 financed through a loan from the Caribbean Development Bank.

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