Salani Bright Horizons “Cleaning and Greening Project”
“It is an honor for the U.S. Embassy to be part of this cleaning and greening project for the district of Falealii 2, this is a living example of one constituency coming together to do their part to address the climate effects Samoa faces.” said Chargé Yoo.
Chargé d’Affaires Jonathan Lee Yoo had the privilege to officially open the Salani Bright Horizons “Cleaning and Greening Project” on December 12. U.S. Embassy Apia is proud to support the project through a WST 41,581 (USD16,300) Public Diplomacy Small Grant that is funding recycling cages, rubbish collection, and tree planting activities in Falealili #2.
The day’s events included a speech competition between students from of Sapoe, Salani and Salesatele primary schools, which Chargé Yoo, U.K. Deputy High Commissioner Ian Richards, JPRISM SPREP Rep, Mr. Minura Satoru and MNRE Rep Mr. Peleti Pese the honor of judging.