NDB funds early childhood education school

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The National Development Bank (NDB) through its “Woman in Business Desk” has enabled a Papua New Guinean woman to live her dream of providing early childhood education for young children in the nation’s capital.  NDB presented a cheque of over sixty thousand to Margaret Kuiaha for the establishment of a school to help many young children in the Ensis Valley who just stay at home to baby sit while their parents are working.  Coming from a background of teaching in early childhood education, Mrs Kuiaha saw the need for these young children to be introduced to education at an early age instead of just being at home. Mrs Kuiaha is a retired International Education Agency (IEA) teacher with over 30 years of experience in Early Childhood Education. The funding assistance from NDB will be used to build a proper Educational Play Bases Learning Environment, three children-sized toilets, work area, library corner, sleep and rest corner, children’s play equipment, office equipment, etc.

 

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