Japan provides funding to one of Malaita's prominent Secondary Schools
Yesterday morning, the Japanese Charge de' Affairs Koichi Kodama and the school board chairman, Samson Rihuoha signed documents for the more than 276 thousand dollars funding.
Japan is providing the money under the Japanese Grassroots and Human Security Project scheme. The funding is for the purchase of classroom materials, dormitory furniture and library resources.
In thanking the Japanese government for the funding, the school Chairman, Mr Rihuoha says the school has been using dormitory and classroom furniture and other educational materials for the past 30 years. He says the funding will help the school improve its Forms four to seven. The signing of the documents at the Japanese Embassy in Honiara was witnessed by representatives of the South Sea Evangelical Church Education Authority.