The German Embassy in Wellington has funded a partnership project with Nofoalii Primary School. The purpose of this project is called “Project to improve the learning conditions and security”. The Embassy contributed over $21,000 Samoan Tala worth of floor tiles and tile fix for all the classrooms. Also part of this project the existing fence was renovated to provide a safer and more secure learning environment. This project had been approved by the German Embassy as part of the 50 years anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Germany and Samoa which was established in 1972.
The Honorary Consul of Germany to Samoa Tagaloa Christa Szegedi emphasised the two key objectives of this project “The first objective was to upgrade the classrooms with floor tiles. This will ensure the students and teachers work in a cleaner and germ free environment. The second objective was the renovation of the school fence. This is vital with the school being close to the main road”.
Associate Minister of Education, Sports and Culture and Member of Parliament for Agaseata Valelio Tanuvasa,expressed his sincerer appreciation for the project “We are overwhelmed with thankful hearts. I would like to acknowledge our gratitude to the government and the people of Germany for the great financial aid. I hope this relationship between Germany and Nofoalii will carry on forever”.
Minister of Education Sports and Culture Mr Seuula Ioane Tuaau attended, giving the keynote speech at the event.
Here are two articels from Samoa Observer and Talamua Media