THE Mondanda Community now has a double primary school classroom.
Located an hour outside of Mendi, the Mondanda Primary School is the first primary school in the Ialibu-Pangia district to benefit from Digicel Foundation’s education infrastructure support programme.
The double classroom was built at a cost of K240,000 and comes with a 9,000 litre water tank, two ventilation improved piping (VIP) toilets and shower, a solar system and 20 desks.
There to witness the launch were the head of Digicel Foundations visiting from Dublin, Ireland, Maria Mulcahy.
Chairman, Laki Yoko said the school was grateful for the wonderful new double classroom that will provide for its growing number of students from three large neighbouring villages, all within an hour’s walking distance from the school.
Digicel PNG Foundation CEO, Beatrice Mahuru said the foundation believed strongly in empowering communities in the country by recognising positive efforts to promote positive change.
“I am indeed humbled by the welcome that the Mondanda community has put out to welcome Digicel PNG Foundation,” Mahuru said.
“The flower beds that you have built around our classroom investment are evident of your pride to add to an environment that is conducive to learning.”
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