New classrooms

Nakanai DDA Boosts Education Infrastructure

The Airmens Memorial Primary School in Ewasse and the Gomu Early Childhood Learning Centre in the East Nakanai LLG are the proud recipients of these new facilities.

Sumkar school gets new classroom

The primary school was established in 2007 with bush materials classrooms to initially host its first early childhood development (ECD) classes where pupils occupy to learn with assistance of a number of teachers.

Sumgilbar ward 17 member, Michael Barui, acknowledged the former Madang governor, Peter Yama who he invited to visit the inland school years back.

During the visit to Kabilmas Yama, noticed the dire need of basic educational facilities and assisted with K60,000 which the community used to build the first double classroom.

Double launch for Kupiano school

The launch of the girls dormitory and school fence was witnessed by the Member for Abau Sir Puka Temu and education officials from Central Province Education Division.

According to SM Contractor, Jnr Paul Valavu, the dormitory is worth K4, 000, funded under the Central Provincial Government. The project was under the previous government however payments are yet to be received, but the construction was completed for both girls and boys dormitories.

Ginitoka school double celebration

About 158 students graduated, passing out with attainment certificates.

On behalf of the Education Director, Dickson Simon who is the Education project officer officiated the double classroom opening and the graduation.

“This is the first journey of your career and this is your first one, you have another two or three more graduations to go. When you continue into grade 11 and 12 discipline yourself and put your mind set straight to your studies,” he stated.