This year, educational institutions in Vilnius received more than LTL 29 million (EUR 8.4 million) for refurbishment and modernisation of their premises. LTL 14 million (EUR 4.06 million) of the sum was allocated for building a new kindergarten in Santariškės.
© DELFI / Tomas Vinickas

The Ministry of Education also contributed to modernisation and refurbishment of schools with additional LTL 5.4 million (EUR 1.6 million), while international EU funds allocated about LTL 5.8 million (EUR 1.7 million).

This year, 12 educational institutions plan to sign refurbishment contracts with the Ministry of Environment.

Sixteen kindergarten-nurseries participate in this year's building refurbishment programme. Vilnius city municipality allocated LTL 3.8 million (EUR 1.1 million) for refurbishment works like roof repairs, bathroom repairs and installation of new windows.

Forty educational institutions are implementing a programme establishing pre-school and primary education groups. The municipality has allocated LTL 3 million (EUR 0.8 million) for the programme.

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