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Fiji Muslim League says no student to be left out
School heads to conduct surveys on students needing assistance

Fiji Muslim League says no student to be left out

School heads to conduct surveys on students needing assistance

By Faria Begum Ali
Tuesday 30/06/2020
President Hafiz-Ud-Dean Khan says no student should be left out in this time of need.

The Fiji Muslim League has come forward to provide lunch for students whose families have been affected by COVID-19 and Tropical Cyclone Harold and are in need of assistance.

Year 12 and 13 students resume school from this morning while other students resume school from the 6th of July.

President Hafiz-Ud-Dean Khan says no student should be left out in this time of need.

He says heads of schools under the Fiji Muslim League have been advised to make an assessment on which students need assistance and make arrangements with the school management.

Khan says this is outside of the assistance that they already provide for the needy students under their Zakaat Program.

He says the school management will make arrangements for the students’ lunches.

Teachers will provide students with forms that they have to fill in order to get assistance.

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