The Gongali village mayor, Peter Hayshi, requested PSFA to build a much needed high school to service the 4 existing primary schools in the village’s large area. The impetus for the project was the timely generous donation of Mr Tony Gvora of Victoria Canada who wished to memorialize his wife Edith who passed away the previous year. The minimum Phase 1 development required to allow the naming of the school was 4 classrooms , an administration building and a toilet building, all of which was completed in Dec 2014. The high quality construction can be attributed to a master builder, Mr Restus (Rusti) Sanka. Before the school can be registered, further development of 3 laboratory classrooms is required. A well has been drilled nearby for water, but has yet to have pump systems installed to get it to the site. Electricity, sewage and storm water drainage systems are awaiting further funding.