of the Seventh-day Adventist Church
Lae Adventist primary school in Tent City was really blessed today to open its new double storey classroom and ablution block.
The school has been established for a long time now and it has produced quite a number of good students who are now working all around PNG,
but developement is one of the major struggle here, stated a board member and long time neighbor of the school Mr. Steven Mana.
The project is an initiative of the Papua New Guinea Union Mission of the Seventh-day Adventist church with the funding help
of the Church Partnership Program the school now have four new classrooms and a new ablution block.
CPP funded K510,000.00 for the two buildings while Morobe Mission funded the other hidden costs including the labor for the work.
"Let us work, parents, teachers, students, and mission, I believe we can achieve greater things 'together' with God," said the Mission president
Pastor Blasius Managos.