Bayly Trust Newsletter – January 2017

Published: 31st Jan 2017

Hidden Talents

Mrs Elina Surara (standing far left) and her group showcases crafts using recycled materials including onion peelings for dye and linen. The Lovu HART village in Lautoka hosted the Annual Craft Show on the 8th and 9th of July 2016 at the Lovu HART grounds. It was wonderful to see the talent the women of Fiji have to showcase.

My Struggles

My name is Sneha Kamini Krishna and I live in Valebasoga a few kilometres outside Labasa town. I wish to thank Bayly Welfare Labasa for assisting me in completing my secondary education. They assisted me from 2009 till 2014 and till today my mother is collecting her food ration on monthly basis from them.

The Priceless Gift of Education

I Archal Arishma Chand and my brother Krishnil Akash Chand would like to take this opportunity to express our heartfelt thanks to J P Bayly Trust for supporting us with our education requirements and food. As a result Krishnil has successfully completed his tertiary certificate in automotive machinery and Iam completing a degree in Human Resources and Public Administration at the University of the South pacific here is Labasa under a load scheme provided by the government

Isaac Avinash with a smile of joy

Iam extremely grateful to be in school with the love and support of the Bayly family. Iam a Year 12 student of DAV college. Even though I live in Cunningham in a squatter settlement, I feel so proud to be able to go to school with neat uniforms, bag and sandals.

Amelai’ Ose’s Plight

On the 10th of June 2014 Kevin Ose one of our Bayly students came to see the Suva Almoner in the
hope that some assistance could be rendered to his 69 year old mother Amelai Ose, who was now at the advanced stage of a kidney disease and bilateral knee osteoarthritis. She had been a vital source of strength for the family of three.

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