Japan hands over new classroom units to Aruligo SDA School
Quoting the Solomon Star newspaper – 10 February 2018
“Grade four and five students of Aruligo Seventh Day Adventist primary school in North West Guadalcanal will move into their new classrooms as of Monday after taking ownership of their six unit classrooms building on Thursday.
“The classroom project is funded by the Government of Japan under the grant assistance for grassroots human security projects and was officially opened by Japanese Ambassador Kenichi Kimiya.
“Speaking during the handover ceremony Mr Kimiya said the project aims to provide better learning environment for students of Aruligo and the surrounding areas.
“He said education plays a key role in development and one of the priority areas of their assistance under the Grassroots and Human Security Scheme is supporting education through provision of school facilities.”
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