27 September, 2023, 5:54 pm Central - 23°C Rain

Nuku District School receives a boost from BSP Nausori Branch

Nuku District School receives a boost from BSP Nausori Branch

By Marika Rasekaseka
Thursday 01/06/2023
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Teachers and students at Nuku District School were full of smiles today after their school received a significant boost to their school facilities which included the construction of roofing over the walkway areas from the classrooms to the washrooms and school canteen, repairs and maintenance of the washrooms, upgrade of the drinking station and the installation of 20 taps throughout the school.

This was a community project by the BSP Financial Group Limited identified by its Nausori Branch and implemented in consultation with the school and the Ministry of Education.

BSP Relieving Country Head, Maikash Ali acknowledged that the success of the project was due to the collaborative effort between the bank, the school and the community.

Ali says they have invested funds and staff volunteered their time to create a better school experience.

He reiterated the bank's corporate value of community vanua is the driving force behind these projects which was actively demonstrated through community projects and sponsorship.

He added that giving back to Fiji is part of BSP's identity which resonates throughout their team as well.

BSP has reinvested over $10 million in Fiji since 2010 through Community Projects and sponsorship that support educational, environmental, sporting, and charitable programs.

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