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Korean students lend a hand at St Mina’s

Students and the workers of Edupia Company Limited began another round of voluntary service yesterday. Edupia is a homestay-company that provides appropriate aid for Korean students studying in Fiji to
18 Jun 2017 12:05
Korean students lend a hand at St Mina’s

Students and the workers of Edupia Company Limited began another round of voluntary service yesterday.

Edupia is a homestay-company that provides appropriate aid for Korean students studying in Fiji to prepare them for university studies worldwide.

Despite the numerous attempts of charity work to many homes, it was their first visit to an orphanage, St Mina in Nadi.

The service consisted of both work indoors and outdoors, along with the donation of necessities such as clothes.

“It is a moral decision to give back to the society,” said Edupia student Soyeong Bae.

He is currently attending Ratu Navula College.

“Each and every voluntary work is rewarding. When we see our services somehow bring smiles to the faces of the children, and today’s work isn’t an exception,

“I hope more people are aware and interested to do community services, especially to the orphanage where voluntary work can contribute a lot to the future of the children,” said Soyeong.

Thirteen students were engaged.

Salote Tuvou, a carer of the St Mina said: “We are blessed and thankful for the help to our Clinic as a clean environment is important for the children.

“We hope to see continued support from many people for our children.”

St Mina currently looks after 18 children.


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