Priest for Education Rosy Akbar says they will give transitory learning sanctuaries, for example, tents to schools that they won’t have the option to fix or reconstruct as expected for the kickoff of the 2021 school year.

Akbar says they will have gatherings with their Senior Management Team and examine concerning how they can remake or fix schools that have been influenced by Tropical Cyclone Yasa.

She says they will guarantee that those structures that can be fixed will be fixed soon.

Akbar says in the event that they revamp schools they will assemble it to better guidelines.

Starting yesterday, the Ministry of Education announced that 28 schools in the North, Yasawa and Mamanuca endured broad harms because of TC Yasa.

I trust we can work out an answer for the understudies – Akbar

By Naveel Krishant , Mohammed Feroz

Pastor for Education Rosy Akbar says there is a great deal of work cut out for them and she trusts they can work out an answer for the understudies when they re-visitation of school for 2021.

Akbar says they will have converses with the Ministry of Economy, the National Disaster Management Office and different partners to guarantee they remake or restore schools that have endured broad harms or decimation by Tropical Cyclone Yasa.

She adds Lekutu Secondary School is one of the most noticeably awful influenced schools.

Akbar is presently in the Northern Division and says this will empower them to see the full degree of harms.

Starting yesterday, the Ministry of Education revealed that 28 schools in the North, Yasawa and Mamanuca endured broad harms because of TC Yasa.

28 schools continue broad harms in North and Yasawa because of TC Yasa – Jokhan

By Priteshni Nand

The Permanent Secretary for Education, Anjeela Jokhan says as of toward the beginning of today, 28 schools in the Northern Division and Yasawa have supported broad harms.

Jokhan says a portion of the schools have their libraries and educators quarters harmed while others have their rooftops brushed off and some are crushed.

She says appraisals are progressing and they will have the option to choose the new school opening dates after the full evaluation of harms are finished.

-Fiji Village
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