Villagers in and around A’arai village, east Kwara’ae, Malaita province now have a permanent health centre, described as a first class health lecture by the Solomon islands government, Ministry of Health infrastructure advisor, Michael Green.
Started in or around 19th October 2011 after initial community work saw the completion of foundation for the health centre left it at that foundation stage.
The manager of Funi Bros construction Brian Bini was pleased with the completion of the health clinic. Funi Bros construction started the building in 19th October 2011.
The building was completed in July 2015 to the applause and excitement to all stakeholders involved.
The project lost $1,160,561.00 ($1million) to complete.
Despite setbacks, delays, the contractor of Funing Bros construction determination, hard work and commitment, the Solomon Islands government and its partners and the local community support enable the successful completion of the A’arai health centre.
The A’arai health centre has a laboratory, a pharmacy and outpatient as well a material delivery room for women.
The chiefs, youths, women group and surrounding communities of A’arai wish to thank the Solomon Islands government, ministry of health and medical service, SIG-donor partners, the contractor Funi Bros construction, the local community and all stakeholders for an excellent result.
The chiefs, youths and women groups of east Kwara’ae Malaita province, undertakes to support further infrastructural national projects in the future.