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September 18, 2021
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Remote Schools Receive Equipment

Also in that part of the country, the Nakaku Primary School in the Suki area of South Fly, recently received school stationery items and classroom cabinets worth eighteen thousand kina from the Tabubil Small Beginnings Foundation.

The items included seven cupboards, 500 Grade Three readers, chalks, exercise books and teacher's resources donated by the Tabubil International School.

 

Nakaku Primary has seven teachers and approximately two hundred students.

 

Kuem Primary School in the Middle Fly district also received readers, pencil cases and other stationeries from Trinity Anglican School of Australia

 

On hand to deliver the school items was Ok Tedi Development Foundation Limited CEO Ian Middleton.

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