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New bakery for Wainimala school

Monday, August 11, 2014

Update: 7:35PM A NEW Government-funded bakery was opened at Wainimala Secondary School in Naitasiri last Friday that is anticipated to bring in new opportunities to generate income and develop bakery skills for students and the greater Wainimala community.

Funded through the Ministry of Rural and Maritime Development, the bakery is also expected to assist with the provision of food security.

In his official address, Works, Transport and Public Utilities Minister Timoci Natuva said: Government is investing in you. It is your turn to run the bakery with hard work and integrity. There may be challenges but press on into the future.

In a government statement issued this afternoon, school principal Serenia Navoti said the new bakery would boost the students diet, something they have been planning for the last three years.

The project cost more than $14,000.

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