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Vaimoso school celebrates....Students attending Vaimoso Primary School had more reasons to celebrate yesterday.

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Not only is the fourth and final school term for 2015 drawing to a close with Christmas around the corner, they now have a brand new $219,000 school building to boot.

This has given the students plenty of reasons to look forward to the new school year when they will return to a learning environment that should motivate them to work harder.

The project was funded by the Japanese government and the Vaimoso Village.

The Minister of Women, Community and Social Development, Tolofuaivalelei Falemoe Leiataua, spoke on behalf of the government to thank Japan for the kind assistance.

He highlighted that the government prioritises education and the school building will allow the students of Vaimoso to improve their learning.

Speaking on behalf of the Japanese government, Ambassador Tuimaugaoalii Kazumasa Shibuta, said the grant for the project was provided under Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects.

“I know it hasn’t been an easy task to get it completed but I am impressed at the persistence of the school committee and the village of Vaimoso to get this project completed,” said Tuimaugaoali’i.

A MOMENT TO REMEMBER: Officials and students had a lot to smile about at Vaimoso yesterday where they dedicated a new school building.“I hope these new classrooms would create a happier and more comfortable learning environment for the children and I am sure many bright young minds educated here will become the leaders of Samoa in the future.”

According to the Ambassador, Japan has been helping Samoa under the project in question since 1991.

“Since the inception of this scheme, thousands of Samoan people at the village and community level have benefitted from it.

“I urge the teachers, staff and students to ensure proper maintenance of the building so it may continue to be used for years to come.”

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