Korean Church Builds Toilet Block For Kingdergarten

Mr Kim said they strongly followed the teachings of Jesus in the Bible of helping people.
18 Nov 2022 16:50
Korean Church Builds Toilet Block For Kingdergarten
Pastor Chang-Ho-Lee (right), Paul Kim, beside him, his wife Yong-Mi-Lee with HART officials Mereia Naimotu (centre) and Litia Leilovo in Lautoka on November 14, 2022. Photo: Nicolette Chambers

A Korean pastor and his church have come forward to provide a $20,000 abolition block for a kindergarten at the HART settlement at Lovu in Lautoka. Pastor Chang-Ho-Lee said they were extremely happy to be able to provide this to children at the settlement.

Pastor Chang-Ho-Lee arrived in Fiji three years ago; he believed God had sent him to Fiji to help the poor.

The 16 kindergarten children previously used the toilets at the community hall about 20 metres away from their school block.

The group’s spokesperson Paul Kim said the new block would contain two toilets each for the boys and girls and wash basins.


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