Nature Park donates books to foundation

The National,Friday July 1st, 2016

Digicel Foundation recently received more than fifty children’s books from the Nature Park to help schools it has funded library projects for.
Digicel PNG Foundation, through its education infrastructure rewards programme, has constructed 14 libraries throughout remote communities in PNG. The funded library package consists of tables, chairs, solar lighting, library shelves and a desktop computer.
The foundation also supplies 200 library books to start-up the library collection. Schools are encouraged to add on to their book collection. Port Moresby Nature Park partnered with Digicel PNG Foundation to regularly donate books for the libraries.
The book donations were the second to the foundation and were from the recent Tree Kangaroo Summit held in Port Moresby.
Nature Park’s education division team supervisor Ishimu Bebe said they were happy to back the work of the foundation and guaranteed continued support in the years to come.
“We are very happy to continue to support Digicel Foundation to touch the lives of children and communities in the rural areas in enhancing learning and improving literacy levels of our people,” Bebe said.