2.8 million hryvnias have been allocated for the completion of kindergarten in the village of Borzhavske
Spacious two-story building with warmed roof and windows - that is how the future kindergarten looks like today. The construction of the facilities for 80 children is at the final stage.
There are nearly 3,000 residents in the village, each year the number of preschool age children increases - currently there are 300 children under six years of age in Borzhavske. At least half of them are potential future kindergarten pupils. The village has been without a kindergarten for the last 40 years, the head of the village of Borzhavske in Vynogradiv district Ivan Sak said:
- We have only one group of forty preschoolers who study in our secondary school. But such little children need special conditions, so as soon as we open a new kindergarten, there will be a lot of those wishing to go to it.
- This institution has been being built since 2007, the main source of financing is the State Fund for Regional Development. This year 2.8 million hryvnias have been allocated for the completion of the kindergarten, - Oleksandr Ledyda said.
Source - Press center of the RSA
19 June 2016 18:05