Angsana Velavaru spent Children's Day, which is customarily observed in the Maldives on May 10, with the students of Maaenboodhoo School in Dh. Maaenboodhoo, South Nilandhe (Dhaalu) Atoll, which is 30 minutes by speedboat from the property.
An energetic mood was created for a special assembly and program, which was followed by a filling lunch on the school grounds. The representatives of Angsana Velavaru, Ameeg Ismael, the human resources manager, and Abdul Nasir, the housekeeping manager, were greeted by the school's parent-teacher organization, which is led by principal Ali Mufeed. The children were delighted when Ismael and Nasir then gave them 160 sets of stationery bundles.
We live by the brand motto Embracing the Environment, Empowering People as a member of the Banyan Tree Group. We are devoted to upholding social responsibility and supporting our neighborhood communities. Ismael said, "We are happy for this chance to encourage the next generation to learn, develop, and realize their full potential.
"Children's Day is a global holiday that is observed on June 1 every year. The most important thing is that we set aside a day to honor children. In reality, Nasir continued, "We must work hard every day to provide for them, inspire them, and build a brighter future for them.
The Parent Teacher Association of Maaenboodhoo School thanked the administration of Angsana Velavaru for showing the students affection on their special day with the unwavering hope that no child would be left behind.
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