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FEA Assists Education in Eight Rural Schools

FIJI ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY NADARIVATU the Fiji Electricity Authority has been continually involved in community service activities as and when needed. These efforts are to aid and make better the living
02 Aug 2014 08:17

FIJI ELECTRICITY AUTHORITY
NADARIVATU

Naboubuco District School Principal Pita Nagusuca (left) receives computer from FEA acting CEO, Bobby Naimawi (right) with students of Naboubuco District School during the handing over of computers.

the Fiji Electricity Authority has been continually involved in community service activities as and when needed.
These efforts are to aid and make better the living standards of our people.
The FEA as part of its assistance towards the community, have identified some eight schools to be recipients of 72 desktop computers.
All these schools are located around Monasavu, Wailoa and Nadarivatu in the interior of VitiLevu.
Some of the management and staff members of FEA were out visiting these schools yesterday and today to hand over and setup the computers in these schools.
Acting chief executive, Bobby Naimawi, while addressing the students at the Naboubuco District School, in Naqelewai ‘encouraged students to set high personal goals and work hard towards achieving them.
He said the authority hoped the computers would assist towards this journey.
For the Fiji Electricity Authority, this is not only a community service activity, but an opportunity to share an important learning tool with the students especially in the rural and remote areas of Viti Levu.
Mr Naimawi said: “Computers are an essential component of today’s educational process.
“We are certain the computers distributed to the schools will enhance the teaching and learning of the students at these schools.”
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