Foundation builds classroom


DIGICEL is not only getting money from services it provides, but is giving back to local communities, says Madang area manager John Rem.
He was speaking when opening a K280,000 double classroom at Behir Primary School which was funded by Digicel Foundation.
Behir Primary School, located outside Madang town, has several rundown classrooms.
Rem said providing a better environment for children’s learning was one of their five priority areas.
He said the project included a double classroom with a teachers’ office space in between, 80 student desks, teachers’ desks and chairs, solar lighting, a 9000 litre water tank, two pit toilets and bucket shower for female students.