Mare Village in the Huon District of Morobe Province had a reason to celebrate on Sunday 27th June 2021, with the opening of a new Double Classroom and Two New Teachers Houses.
The projects had taken 6 months to complete, thanks to the fruitful partnership of the Morobe Provincial Government and Mairobs Construction at Mare Primary School.
Morobe Governor Hon Ginson Goheyuc Saonu had embarked on a new trial of partnership with contractor Mairobs Construction where the project cost, time frame and standard quality were set out and the contractor using their own funds built the projects.
“The arrangement is that the guidelines set out clearly with the contractor is then agreed and work commences with the contractors own funds and later the bill will be settled by the Morobe Provincial Government.”
“Mairobs Construction is one company that has a proven track record with projects undertaken in the past in Morobe Province and is genuine and faithful in their service.”
Governor Saonu explained that with new infrastructure built, learning and teaching will be enhanced for Education to thrive in the province.
Mairobs Construction Owner Mr Robert Nauru said that he was pleased to come up with such a partnership with MPG through Governor Saonu because his company believes in the welfare of the future generation of the province and country.
“This kind of development will touch the hearts of the simple people at village level.”
Former MP for Huon Gulf Tukape Masani praised Governor Saonu for fulfilling his role to complete the projects.
“A lot of people have been criticizing Governor Ginson Saonu for not delivering but today he has proven to everyone that he is a man that can deliver.”
Mr Masani said Mare is a least developed area of Huon Gulf and such timely projects delivered must be praised and at the same time taken care of accordingly to benefit the children and community now and eventually into the future.
The next similar project in progress is located at Tsili-Tsili Primary School in the lower Watut area and was launched in May this year.