Humanity group show they care

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A 12-member Habitat for Humanity Group from New Zealand and the United States of America.

A 12-member Habitat for Humanity Group from New Zealand and the United States of America.

A 12-member Habitat for Humanity Group from New Zealand and the United States of America are in the country to assist the people of Samoa most vunlrable to natural disasters, through housing projects.

However, the humanitarians have included a visit to the children at the Campus of Hope in their schedule.

This has been a normal practice by the Habitat for Humanity groups who have previously attended similar projects in Samoa.

According to leader Mr. Peter Robertson, “we have initiated a visit to the Campus of Hope to present the children with small gifts to show them that we care.” 

Following the presentation of stationery and $445.00 donated for the children, the visitors entertained the children through the ‘Siva Samoa’. 

This is humanity at work, and this is Habitat’s hopeful visit.

SVSG President Siliniu Lina Chang thanked Valelia Ausage, the contact person for the Habitat for Humanity for coordinating such an entertaining visit.

“Thank you to each and everyone of you for your contribution in bringing joy to the Campus of Hope.” Said Siliniu Lina Chang.

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