The United States is investing more than $600,000 in building a recreational space for students of the Apopa Education Complex

The initiative will develop sports and cultural events that will allow the integrated training of 500 students in the institution.

The US government has built a covered sports area in the educational complex “Jose Napoleon Duarte”, located in Abuba, with an investment of $663,570.

According to the US Embassy, ​​the work, which will benefit more than 500 students, was carried out through Southern Command and as part of a donation to Humanitarian Aid (HAP).

At yesterday’s handover ceremony, US Chargé d’Affairs Brendan O’Brien, school authorities and representatives of the Department of Defense participated.

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In this sports space, schoolchildren will be able to develop extracurricular sports and cultural activities.

“I am proud to participate in the delivery of this multi-purpose center to the José Napoleon Duarte School. It is clear that investing in youth and children in El Salvador is a priority to help us…”, O’Brien wrote on his official account on the social network Twitter.

The US official noted that Southern Command’s humanitarian assistance program projects focus on the specific needs of communities.

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