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Bayly Trust fun day with Iliesa Delana

MORE than 114 children who have been assisted under Bayly Trust's Welfare and Education Centre got an opportunity to enjoy themselves at the Bayly Trust Fun Day at St Mathew's Anglican Church yesterday.

They also met Paralympics Gold Medallist Iliesa Delana, who was an inspiration to most of them.

The children were awarded with certificates of merit, Christmas presents, lunch and also received sweet treats from Santa Claus as part of the fun day.

Delana said he was honoured to be part of the program, presenting gifts to children assisted by Bayly Trust.

He said despite differences in background, people all share a common mission which is to educate children, who are not only leaders of tomorrow, but today.

"The annual fun day is a special day for children," Mr Delana said.

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Preparation for Labasa 2012 Fun Day

Bayly Education Labasa has received paper folders for this year’s year-end prize giving ceremony to honour the hard work and effort put into studies by the less fortunate children registered at Bayly Education Labasa.

Bank of South Pacific Labasa branch has supported Bayly Education Labasa in other projects on previous occasions and now they’ve generously donated these paper folders.

Our Centre is working to their best of ability to educate the needy children so that they become a better citizen of our nation. This year 103 children in Labasa have been assisted with all school requirements and number will increase as we go along.

The timely donation will encourage the children to work hard because it is unique and something different from what they used to receive. We really appreciate the marvelous work done by the BSP Labasa branch to improve the livelihood of our community. We look forward for continued support and wish to thank them for their generous donation.

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Labasa Volunteers

It was a special moment for the students of Blue Light Programme since they took out their valuable time to clean Bayly Welfare Labasa premises as part of their 1st volunteer programme in Northern division on Saturday 26th May.

These students come from a poor family background and are assisted by Fiji Police Force since last year. Their Blue Light project is funded by the Fiji Police Force and UNICEF. Police Officer Mere was present at Bayly Welfare Labasa Annual General Meeting which motivated her to come forward and help us in any way she could.

These students were from different schools and were friend of our sponsored ones so this encouraged them to take up the cleaning exercise.

Theses students had positively indicated that they will continue assistance whenever need arises. Refreshments were provided and with plenty of students it just took few hours for this tough work to be done though most of them were girls.

The students also enjoyed and came to know and understand the important role of our Centre towards the community. Bayly Welfare is thankful for the wonderful work done by the group and pray the almighty will bless his showers to the families of these needy children. Once again Vinaka Vakalevu.

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Access to computer, and work

Etonia Paru Vuli (22) is seen at a computer typing his application for work attachment after completing his course in Architectural Technology at Fiji National University.

Etonia was attached to the engineering company, Irwin Alsop Pacific, for one year after finishing Stage 1 of his studies. He has now completed his studies and is looking for another attachment as required under the Programme before graduating with a Trade Diploma in Architecture.

Etonia was in Class 6 in 2002 when Bayly Education Suva commenced assistance and since then his education needs have been taken care of.

We are hopeful he will soon start fulltime employment and support his family. We wish him the best for his future endeavors.

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Reward for Students

Source: Fiji Times

Monday, December 19, 2011

More than 100 students were honored yesterday by their sponsor for an outstanding academic performance this year. The 108 students sponsored by Bayly Welfare were given Christmas gifts and trophies for their academic achievements.

Satishwar Chand, the Bayly Welfare Almoner, Northern Division said the students performed well in school. “Every year we show our appreciation to them through the awards day giving our students Christmas gifts to celebrate their hard work.

“Majority of our students done remarkably well in school and we have receive positive feedback from teachers,” Mr Chand said. A follow up with students and teachers has been imperative for the Bayly committee in the north.

Mr Chand said the weekly follow up with schools resulted in good academic performance by students. “They all attend different schools but we make sure that we visit the schools and talk to teachers about the children’s performances. This is important because it helps us talk to our sponsored students and it makes our work easier in guiding and helping them,” Mr Chand said.

“Most of our students usually top their classes with internal and external exams and we believe the support from home and from Bayly Welfare has helped the children.

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