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Help For Affected Students

Ensuring quality education should remain a priority, says Suva Book Shop director, Harry Singh. Yesterday, the company donated $80,000 worth of stationery, 15,000 A4 size exercise books and stationery to
04 Mar 2016 11:01
Help For Affected Students
From Left Lanieta Kele,Arie Maori,Ema Monika with school stationary donated by the RB Patel Limited yesterday.Photo:Vilimoni Vaganalau.

Ensuring quality education should remain a priority, says Suva Book Shop director, Harry Singh.

Yesterday, the company donated $80,000 worth of stationery, 15,000 A4 size exercise books and stationery to the Ministry of Education (MOE) for distribution.

The stationery will be distributed to schools and also students who have been affected by Tropical Cyclone Winston.

Minister for Education Mahendra Reddy, while receiving the donation said: “The future of Fiji is dependent on our children and it is our task to secure our Fiji through our children.”

“This will ensure that our children who have been severely affected are assisted and I convey our heartful of thanks to the bookshop for your assistance,”he said.

Mr Reddy said the stationery will be distributed to students in affected areas  Edited by Maikeli Seru.

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