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Japan delivers new classroom to rural school in the West

The new classroom.
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The Japanese Government has continued its support to the country’s rural populace with Beiporo Primary School in the Western Province, the latest to receive $686,000 project in a form of a new classroom.

Norimasa Yoshida / Counsellor of the Japanese Embassy in Solomon Islands delivered the project the school on this week.

He said: “I am sure we all recognize how important a well-educated and healthy youth population is to our collective future. Education allows you to have your dream and turn it into a reality; a dream that can make you more successful, open-minded, stronger, and better people,” said Yoshida.

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He also commended the teachers for their enthusiasm and commitment to provide the students with the learning opportunity to hold these dreams in their hands.

“I hope you are proud of the incredibly valuable work you are doing for the students. Also, I do believe and assure you here today that this funded infrastructure will one day produce potential leaders that will bring continuous positive change to our communities, constituency, province and country,” said Yoshida.

The project was signed in March 2022 between the Embassy of Japan and Beiporo Primary School in Vella la Vella. Japan contributed about 686,000 (six hundred eighty-six thousand) Solomon dollars in total to provide better learning environment for children’s education today and into the future in Beiporo Primary School.

Yoshida said the Grassroots Assistance aims to improve and to strengthen basic infrastructure in education sector.

“I am delighted we have this occasion to celebrate our longstanding partnership in education. Japan will continue efforts in assistance for the education field to see happier faces in many places of Solomon Islands and to cultivate cordial relationship between Japan and Solomon Islands,” he said.




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