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Japan Helps Levuka Special School

Japanese second secretary Yamada hands over a new school bus worth F$95K to the school yesterday The government of Japan has assisted Norah Frazer School for Special  Education in Levuka,
17 Jun 2016 11:11
Japan Helps Levuka Special School
The children of Norah Frazer School for Special Education pictured here with their new school bus donated by the Embassy of Japan. Standing from left are headteacher Apikali Naikasau, second secretary at the Embassy of Japan Genta Yamada, and senior education officer Eastern Josua Sevutia. Photo: Embassy of Japan

Japanese second secretary Yamada hands over a new school bus worth F$95K to the school yesterday

The government of Japan has assisted Norah Frazer School for Special  Education in Levuka, Ovalau, by providing the school with a new school bus.

The total value of the assistance is F$95,000 which is funded under the Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) programme.

Genta Yamada, the second secretary at the Embassy of Japan, handed over the new school bus to the special school yesterday.

Source: Embassy of Japan

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