The design work and planning on the two state-of-the-art dormitories at Queen Victoria School in Tailevu is almost complete. The new dormitories will have the capacity to house 200 beds.
While receiving an update from the stakeholders of the project yesterday afternoon, the Minister for Education, Heritage and Arts Hon. Rosy Akbar thanked the Indonesian government for their continued support on this dream project.
Minister Akbar added that this will be one of the best facilities Fijian children will enjoy upon completion.
“I have full faith in the team here and you can be rest assured that your investment in allowing us to provide a more conducive learning environment at QVS will be put to good use,” she said.
Ambassador for Indonesia to Fiji, His Excellency Raden Mohammad Carnadi said that as a development partner for Fiji they are honoured to be part of this project.
The ground-breaking for the project is expected to be done in the coming weeks and the construction is expected to take 36 weeks to complete.