School acknowledges K232,000 infrastructure support

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STAKEHOLDER support through the provision of desks, computers and classrooms for Haella Primary School in West New Britain has been acknowledged by the students.
One such support was a grant from the Japanese government worth K232,000 for the construction of a two-storey four-block classroom and renovation of a two-block classroom at the school.
Grade 8 student Nezel Yuarufo yesterday urged fellow students to excel academically.
During her speech to welcome a Japanese delegation, including ambassador Satoshi Nakajima, Yuarufo told fellow students: “The output of this support from different stakeholders and development in the school is you and I.
“Let’s continue to work hard and produce results.”
She thanked the stakeholders and the Japanese government, saying such developments made learning comfortable and interesting for them.
Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects has been assisting since 1989.