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60 computers for nine schools

By SHAYAL DEVI
Tuesday, August 26, 2014

Update: 6:46PM NATIONAL airline FIJI Airways donated 60 computers to nine schools today.

CEO and managing director Stefan Pichler said the computers would have a positive impact on students.

"We need our future generations to be competitive and we need to embrace the fact that we are living in the digital era,"  Mr Pichler said.

"This is a great opportunity for the students to have access to computers in their own schools."

Schools that benefited from the donation are Masimasi Primary School, Ba Andhra Sangam Primary School, Mount Saint Marys School, St Agnes Primary School, Maigania Muslim Primary School, St Joan of Arc Primary, Gau Secondary School and Vashist Muni College.   








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