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For future leaders

Atasa Moceituba
Friday, July 11, 2014

CHILDREN are the future leaders of any country, and each child is unique in his or her own way and carries a god-given potential to excel in life.

These were the words of the founder and program co-ordinator of the Engineering Awareness Program (EAP) Fiji Kerryn Chung while giving away 11 computers to the Nabua Secondary School in Suva yesterday.

Ms Chung said the main objective of EAP was to facilitate the growing potential in students and provide an introductory learning experience of engineering in general and its various disciplines.

She said conducting such a program was not only to increase knowledge, but it was an opportunity to make an impact on the life of potential future leaders, and encourage them to do great things.

"This year, we have extended our capacity to donating computers.

"The computers were given to us by engineers from our boarders."

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