THE UK7 Tailoring Company Ltd continues to reach out to schools in Morobe province and other parts of the country.
It is paying for fees of primary school duxes.
The payment is seen as a reciprocal gesture, given that the schools get their uniforms from the tailoring company that is based at the junction of West Taraka and the Papua New Guinea University of Technology in Lae.
Last Friday, it announced that it would pay fees for the dux of Igam Primary School outside Lae and the Lake Kutubu Primary Schools in Southern Highlands province.
Operations manageress Mary Kai Woure signed a contract to supply uniforms last Friday.
The incentive was aimed to boost pupils’ academic performance, Mrs Woure said.
Schools that have thus far benefited include Gantom, Tent Siti, St Patrick’s Taraka, in Lae Erap in Wampar; Moem Barracks Elementary in East Sepik; and Holy Trinity in Mt Hagen.