Twenty companies have been authorized to continue operations amid the country lockdown, the Ministry of Infrastructure has announced.
The announcement made through a public statement on Monday, April 20, highlighted that all the approved companies must use only essential staff, maximize use of machines where possible, and observe prevention and safety measures issued by health officials.
The projects cleared to continue operations on a limited scale include construction of vital health facilities such as construction of Gatonde Hospital, construction of Nyabikenke Hospital, renovation of Kibuye Hospital, construction of Gakoro Health Post in Musanze District and waste water treatment Plant of Bushenge and Muhima Hospitals.
The other health operations given a green light include rehabilitation of Kiziguro Hospital, construction of Nyamicucu Health Centre, rehabilitation of waste treatment plants at the Ministry of Health Head Office, and construction of IRCAD Africa, an original research and training center. (The center is dedicated to the most innovative surgical technique in minimally invasive therapies.
Other activities include 2,704 additional classrooms and 3,648 latrines, construction under the support of the World Bank human capital development project in different districts for quality best education.
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