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New Boys’ Dormitory and Ablution Block For Siota

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Title: A New Boys’ Dormitory and Ablution Block Improves Access to Quality Basic Education for Siota Provincial Secondary School Students

On 20 March 2024, Siota Provincial Secondary School in Central Province received a new boys’ dormitory and ablution block, funded by the Australian and New Zealand governments, in partnership with the Solomon Islands Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, under the Education Sector Support Program (ESSP). This new education infrastructure is part of ESSP’s broader efforts to improve access to quality education across all provinces in the Solomon Islands.

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The new facilities provide a safe, secure, and clean environment for 118 male students in Form 7 to Form 11. The new education infrastructure creates space for the growth and development of the school community, positively influencing student wellbeing and education outcomes. .

Representatives from the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development (MEHRD), Central Islands Provincial Government, and the Australian and New Zealand High Commissions, attended a special handover event on 20 March 2024, marking the completion of the SBD2m construction project.

This significant investment demonstrates Solomon Islands, Australia, and New Zealand’s shared commitment to providing quality education infrastructure for all children in Solomon Islands.

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The boys’ dormitory and ablution block advances educational opportunities, fosters growth, and contributes to the overall development of Siota Provincial Secondary School and its surrounding areas.

The Solomon Islands Education Sector Support Program (ESSP) provides the strategic direction and implementation arrangements for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT), and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) combined investment to support the Solomon Islands Government to implement its Education Strategic Framework (ESF) 2016-2030 and the National Education Action Plan.

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