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July 13, 2020
Momase News

Morobe Mining Joint Venture donates to a School in Morobe

Practical learning for students at Bulolo Technical School was boosted with the donation of old vehicles and parts by the Hidden Valley mine.

For years students have trained on outdated resources, this assistance will greatly help teachers upgrade their knowledge as well.The assistance will also see students stand a better chance of securing a job when they leave school.

The donation came in with three fully intact old vehicles, three gear boxes and three engines during brief handover ceremony.

This event was witnessed by the school management, teachers, students, Bulolo District Administrator Tai Gwambelek, senior district education officers and Hidden Valley Mine representatives.

Mr. Gwambelek thanked Hidden Valley Joint Venture for providing this initiative to help the school, to give the best training to the students while the mine has also provided other forms of assistance lately.

Bulolo Technical School Manager, BeromYawal says all the assistance given by HVJV shows that the company was committed to the development of the human resource of the district.

Mr. Yawal says not only has HVJV given the school a classroom and teacher’s house but it has also engaged the school’s carpentry students to make desks.

HVJV’s Community Affairs Superintendent Maima Abba says MMJV recognizes that technical schools provide skills training that will remain with the students for the rest of their lives.

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