NZ Contribution To Multi Purpose Facility In Solomons' Capital

NZ Deputy PM: upgraded facility would provide a safe and positive environment for young people to engage in sport and get access to health and education services

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (Radio New Zealand International, July 01, 2017) – New Zealand is to contribute up to $US4.4 million dollars for the redevelopment of a multi-purpose facility in the Solomon Islands capital, Honiara.

Deputy Prime Minister Paula Bennett said Honiara had a large population of young people and ensuring they had access to sporting and educational facilities was important for the country's future.

Ms Bennett was in Honiara for the celebrations marking the departure of the Regional Assistance Mission.

She said the upgraded facility would provide a safe and positive environment for young people to engage in sport and get access to health and education services.

The new money will go towards more upgrades and maintenance, and a significant expansion of the existing facilities.

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