Assistance from Sweden

11 May 2021 | Youth

Ninety-nine learners from Kuisebmond Secondary School (KSS) in Walvis Bay received donations from Swan Assembly Trust, a non-profit educational organisation. The learners had the opportunity to make a list of their needs, which included school clothes, books and cosmetics. The donation was valued at N$100 000, which also included an amount towards the school. Learners include boys and girls from grades 9 to 12. The trust works in collaboration with the Flamingo Group based in Sweden. Other schools benefitting from the Swiss’s generosity is Immanuel Ruiters Primary School and Seaside Primary School. Photo Leandrea Louw

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