Digicel PNG Foundation continues its education infrastructure footprint in rural, remote communities with the launch of two new double classrooms for Hawain Elementary School and Boiken Elementary School in Wewak District of East Sepik Province.The new classroom infrastructure replaces previous bush material classrooms and provides a clean, conducive learning environment for 80 young students and their teachers at these two schools. Both classroom launches were attended by members of the respective communities who gathered in large numbers to witness the official opening of the new classrooms. Board Chairman of Hawain Elementary School, Charles Yendi, thanked Digicel PNG Foundation for the blessing and privilege of the new classroom and challenged the community to look after the infrastructure and for parents to send their children to school every day. “On behalf of my board members, I take this time to thank Digicel Foundation for their gift to our community and I urge our community leaders to ensure this property is looked after and properly maintained for our children,” said Charles Yendi. Each school received a double classroom with an office space in between, 40 desks, solar lighting, 2 ventilation improved piping pit toilets, and a 5000 litre water tank at a total value of K 140,000.