Digicel PNG Foundation was treated to a kaleidoscope of colour and a cacophony of sound during the launching of the St John’s Kuriva Primary School classroom over the weekend. A mixed community of cultures comprising of Kairukus, Goilalas, Sepiks, Keremas and Tolais, all came together to witness the official opening of the new double classroom. Valued at K240,000 the project consists of a steel frame double classroom structure with an office space in between, 40 desks, 9000 litre water tank, 2 bucket showers, 2 ventilation improved piping pit toilets and solar lighting. “Digicel PNG Foundation is proud to be an education partner of St John’s Kuriva Primary School. Eighty young children are direct beneficiaries of our education investment. The education they receive in this classroom will set a good, strong foundation for them as they continue to grow, learn and reach their full potential and become responsible citizens of our country,” said Beatrice Mahuru, CEO of Digicel PNG Foundation. The launch was also attended by the Honourable Peter Isoaimo, Member for Kairuku-Hiri who expressed his gratitude to the Foundation for the provision of education services to the people of his electorate, “I’m very pleased with the work of Digicel Foundation in PNG and am glad to attend the launch of the St John’s Kurica Primary School classroom which will benefit the young people in my district,” Mr Isoaimo said.