Residents tear down garages to make way for kindergarten


A new kindergarten opened this week in 19th khoroo of Bayangol District, through a joint cooperation of the government and residents.
The space the kindergarten was built on was previously occupied by private garages of 16 residents in the neighborhood who all permitted demolition of their properties for the public kindergarten.
A total of 135 children aged between two and five live in 19th khoroo and now the kindergarten is ready to welcome 100 preschoolers who used to attend kindergartens of different khoroos.
The kindergarten created 23 new job positions in the khoroo.
The kindergarten’s construction started immediately after the garages were relieved and it was completed in eight months with a grant aid from the World Bank.
Bayangol District is one of the largest districts of Ulaanbaatar, with 32 state-owned and 52 private kindergartens operating in the area. In total, 88 percent of all children in the district are receiving preschool education at kindergartens.

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