The Executive Committee transfers 157.5 million pounds to the Reconstruction Authority with changes to continue implementing 66 schools and health facilities

  • The works are carried out in the areas of Piura, Ancash, La Libertad, Lima, Huancavelica and Tumbes.

The Central Government has transferred S$157.5 million to the Reconstruction with Changes Commission (ARCC) to ensure the continuity and upcoming completion of 53 educational institutions and 13 health facilities, which are being implemented in different regions of the country.

In accordance with Supreme Decree No. 235-2023-EF, the Ministry of Economy and Finance has transferred the necessary resources to implement interventions in the regions of Piura, Ancash, La Libertad, Lima, Huancavelica and Tumbes.

In the area of ​​education, resources are available for 29 schools in Piura, 17 in Ancash, 3 in La Libertad, 2 in Lima, 1 in Tumbes, and 1 in Huancavelica, for which S$71.1 million will be allocated.

The educational institutions managed by ARCC are implemented under the Government to Government (G2G) agreement with the UK, and have modern infrastructure, in line with international standards for better education. In addition, the infrastructure has a rain drainage system and the ability to shelter citizens during natural phenomena.

Among the main schools that will receive resources to continue its implementation are Genaro Martinez, José Caetano Heredia, Jacobo Cruz, José Andres Rizzori, Domingo Savio, María Auxiliadora, Amuta, and Ignacia García, San Cristo, in the Piura region.

Likewise, there are the schools of Andres Avelino Cáceres, Pedro Ruiz Gallo, Cristo Rey, Santa Fe, Inmacolada Concepcion, Villa María, and José Carlos Mariátegui, in the Ancash area. In La Libertad, there are the schools of Abelardo Gamarra, José Sevilla and others.


The same thing happens with health institutions that have a protective approach design against rain and seismic movements, as they have earthquake-resistant infrastructure and storm drainage system. In addition, it meets high international quality standards and is performed with the latest medical equipment, placing it at the forefront of healthcare services.

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In Ancash, resources will be allocated to Yongar I-3 Health Center, Yungay Support Hospital, Casma II-1 Support Hospital, Caraz San Juan de Dios Support Hospital, San Nicolás Health Center, I-4 Hospital, Pomabamba Hospital and Recuay. Support hospital.

In Piura, resources will be allocated to the Al Fayek I-4 Health Center, the Cholucanas Support Hospital, the I-4 Castilla Health Center and the Solana Support Hospital. In La Libertad, Cascas Hospital II-1 will be served and in Lima, San Juan de Matucana Hospital II-1 will be served.

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