BSP Life PNG – a licensed life insurer and the youngest subsidiary of BSP Financial Group Limited (BSP) delivered this as its third community project initiative since its first in 2019 under the BSP annual community initiative by handing over an e-library set up worth K30, 000.
With this e-library, students and teachers Koiari Park Adventist Secondary School now have access to Resource books , Copies of old PNG exam papers, Encyclopedias/Dictionaries, Crash Courses, Wikipedia, Reading books Motivational videos & video tutorials, Microsoft office Training and interestingly, teachers can upload assignments ,notes and other important documents to the sever for students to download or access at any time without an internet connection.
BSP Life PNG Country Manager Nilson Singh when handing over the complete project said, “Education is one of the most important investments a country can make in its future and part of that starts here in our schools, in the classrooms and in libraries. School libraries provide opportunities for students to think, create, share & grow. They can be a hub of learning, bridging the digital divide and making a difference in the lives of students. Our students are the leaders of tomorrow and it is important they get the best education possible.”
“When access to education and learning grows, the ripple effects on communities and countries is remarkable. While we stand as a corporate organisation, each of our staff is a part of a community. I hope that through our contribution today to Koiari Park Adventist Secondary School, it will empower learners, inspire and make meaningful change for current students and future generations as well,” added Singh.
Students and teachers can also connect to the e-library through Wi-Fi access, without requiring internet access. With our contribution to improving learning facilities for the students, we believe the school will continue to achieve outstanding results academically.
Koiari Park Adventist Secondary School Principal Sailas Wagi emotionally thanked BSP for choosing their school as they have longed to have such a facility for a long time.
“I could hug you all right now and thank you for the tremendous donation that seemed small but worthy for the school especially teachers and students in boosting their learning, capacity” wept Mr Wagi.
BSP has delivered 529 community projects since 2009, worth over K13.39 million. This year, 2022, under the theme ‘Health and Education’, BSP handed-over 11 community
projects from the 49 projects proposed by each of our Branches and Business Units