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Help for schools

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Friday, August 08, 2014

THE Fiji Electricity Authority says assisting schools is not only a community service but it is also an opportunity to share an important learning tool with students in remote areas.

The institution, as part of its assistance towards the community, identified eight schools to be recipients of 72 desktop computers. The selected schools are Muaira District School, Wainimala Secondary School, Nabobuco District School, Nadrau Primary School, Savatu Primary School, Lewa Seventh Day Adventist School, Nadarivatu Primary School and Nadarivatu Secondary School.

FEA acting CEO Bobby Naimawi encouraged students at the Nabobuco District School to set high personal goals and work hard towards achieving them.





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