Tuesday, 27 May 2008 9:52 AM

Japan Assist Su'u Form 7 Refurbishment Project

The Japanese Government through the Japan Embassy in Solomon Islands handed over assistance towards the Su'u form seven refurbishment project.

The grant assistance handed over last Tuesday at Su'u in Malaita Province was supported through Japan's Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Project(GGP).

Su'u Secondary School will use the grant assistance totaling to some two hundred and eighty thousand dollars to support form 7 students' school material such as desks, chairs and library book selves.

Principal of Su'u, John Goldie Lusi described the assistance from the Japanese government as "very satisfying".

He said it would be utilized to provide a much improved study environment where current and future students will benefit from this refurbishment.

An ambitious form one student, James Mae, said the school library is where he does his studying in his strive to make his dream a reality of going to Japan to study science.

"I want to become a scientist in the future," the young boy said.

Embassy of Japan's Grassroots and Human Security Project Coordinator, Ms. Chie Wakita said that the Government of Japan will continue to assist school development and nation building in Solomon Islands.