New classrooms and offices for a high school in Uganda were officially opened Thursday courtesy of Turkey’s state-run aid agency, in collaboration with the Ugandan government.

The new block for Nateete Muslim High School, set to benefit some 300 students, cost over 300 million Uganda shillings ($81,186), provided by the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA).

Yahya Acu, TIKA coordinator in Uganda, said that some schools in Uganda are under-resourced and lack facilities, which often makes the quality of education and the learning environment suffer.

“TIKA aims to help the government of Uganda raise school enrollment rates and the

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