For 18 years, generations of people attending Wediru Elementary School have been taught from a bush material classroom to receive the first stages of their formal education. Digicel PNG Foundation responded to this community’s need for new classroom infrastructure and recently launched a double classroom project worth K 167,000 which consists of a double classroom building with an, office space in between, 40 desks, 3 teacher’s desks and chairs, solar lighting, 5000 litre water tank and 2 ventilation improved piping pit toilets. Beatrice Mahuru, CEO of Digicel PNG Foundation said, “In the 7 years our organization has been operating in this country and throughout our rural, remote footprint, we have seen the way a new classroom transforms a school and uplifts its students, teachers and even community to pursue education. We are humbled by the show of appreciation from the Wediru Community and encourage all our students and teachers of Wediru Elementary School to utilize the infrastructure and nurture the ambitions of its students.” Working in partnership with Digicel PNG Foundation is Member for Nawaeb, Honourable Gisuwat Siniwin, who provided K 80,000 counterpart funding for this project through the Nawaeb District Development Authority. Wediru Elementary School is a Level 2 Lutheran Church agency elementary school established in 1999 and has a total school enrollment of 95 students and is a feeder school to the nearest Primary School, Busong Primary School.