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SCHOOL BAGS FOR CHILDREN

SCHOOL BAGS FOR CHILDREN 

Aside from contributing to the overall safety of the community, ICTSI also distributed school bags and learning materials to school children with the ports impacted communities. In Lae, ICTSI South Pacific travelled to the island communities of Labu and Ahi Village to donate more than 5,000 school bags. Together with the leadership of AHI Investments and Labu Holdings, SPICT visited the villages of Labu Tale, Labu Butu, Labu Miti, Labu Markham, Wagang, Yanga, Butibam, Hengali, Kamkumung, and Yalu/Muya. The activities were made possible through the support of the Lae Open Representatives. In Port Moresby, PNG’s national women’s rugby team joined Motukea International Terminal in distributing 700 school bags for each community in the Baruni and Tatana villages.
“Education is the great equalizer. Soon the young will inherit whatever legacy we will leave behind and build on them. By helping them achieve proper education, we are enabling them to become progressive members of society. We will be here to support the youth with projects that would help make learning easier and accessible to them,” said George Gware, SPICT General Manager.
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