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Westpac Women And Girls Education Grants Winners

Westpac continues its commitment to education and equality, announcing the winners of this year’s Westpac Women and Girls Education Grants.   Westpac announced the 2018 winners across three categories:  
10 Jul 2018 10:00
Westpac Women And Girls Education Grants Winners

Westpac continues its commitment to education and equality, announcing the winners of this year’s Westpac Women and Girls Education Grants.

 

Westpac announced the 2018 winners across three

categories:

 

Primary School ($400 each)

 Maanvi Kumar (Rishikul Primary School)

Tarusila Leba (Pt Vishnu Deo Primary School)

Shaniya Devi (DAV Primary School, Ba)

 

High School/Secondary College ($1000 each)

Laisa Vuikaba (Dudley High School)

Eshika Singh (Pt Shreedhar Maharaj College)

Dorisha Narayan (Swami Vivekananda College, Nadi)

 

Tertiary Student/Adult Worker ($2150 each)

Deepshika Raj (University of the South Pacific, Suva)

 Ilisapeci Qabale (University of the South Pacific,

Labasa)

Amelia Bale (Angels Tea Shop)

 

“Congratulations to all the winners and thank you to all the women and girls who applied for a grant. Unfortunately we’re not able to offer a grant to everyone, as much as we’d like to – especially this year when the essays were of a very high standard, making it difficult for the judges to declare the winners,” said Brett Hooker, General Manager, Westpac Fiji.

“Westpac is so proud to be the bank known for its commitment to sustainability.

We know that when women and girls have high levels of education everyone benefits, and for us it’s about creating the most meaningful economic, social and environmental impact that we can,” said Mr Hooker.

Westpac Fiji

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