The Bulldogs NRL Club has been acknowledged for their generosity, to improve the education infrastructure several schools in New Ireland Province.
One of Bulldog’s chosen educational institutions where they assisted with infrastructure development is Nehemiah Christian School is located at Kaplaman Village outside of the capital of New Ireland which is Kavieng.
Principal, Julie Tse said that Bulldogs have strengthened their partnership with New Ireland, contributing to education development in the province and the country.
“There was a poem that was recited by a child that reads: “Your heart makes me learn well, your commitment makes me learn well, your perseverance makes me learn well.”
“I just want to say thank you to the Bulldogs. Thank you that they can come down to us and fine us this corner of the world, and help us solve some of the problems that we face daily like infrastructure,” Tse said.
Pioneer adult literacy student, Ginny Morris enrolled with Nehemiah Christian School when this partnership began. It was forged through the assistance of Kavieng Hotel.
And for NRL favourites and stars coming down to people’s level in the rural areas is a blessing.
“We are happy they have built us new classrooms, that we (students) can learn because its conducive,”
Meanwhile the members of the Bulldogs Rugby League Club say they were happy to invest in Papua New Guinea’s, education development.
“This year our club chairman came over, and experiences the work that we do.”