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Financial gift enables access to proper sanitation

Atasa Moceituba
Friday, July 25, 2014

PRESCHOOLERS of Kalekana Community Education Centre outside Lami Town have access to safe and proper sanitation after the community secured a $3000 gift from Fiji Gas in Suva yesterday.

The Early Childhood Centre (ECE), established in collaboration with Save the Children Fiji in 2010 be able to complete its toilet block which is located next to the school.

Fiji Gas sales and development manager Samson Lal says the company has a close relationship with the community in the area.

He said their largest terminal was in Lami.

"Since the majority of our employees live around the area, this is a way to support the community. With our help the Kalekana preschool will become a fully-fledged kindergarten."








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