Kaila

26th November

GYI Youth facilitators and participants

I hope many youths out there understand that it is OK to FAIL. Our generation has been constantly punished for failure without being shown the way to do better or improve and that’s where the...

Children deserve the best

No more boat rides to Nasealevu. Nakaidrau Infant School – located in Nasalia Village in Naitasiri – did not have proper classrooms, and students of Year 1 to Year 4 had to use the community hall as their classrooms. The school committee had asked for assistance from the government of Japan that funded the construction...

Sea mapping, charts done

Mappings and surveys conducted by the Fiji Hydrographic Service (FHS) have allowed safe navigation for vessels that traverse Fiji’s waters. As a blue economy, Fiji depends on the hydrographic services to allow ships to safely navigate its oceans and keep Fiji at the cutting-edge of ocean science. Last week, the Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama, with...

23rd November

Project ‘a path of hope’ for students

Intermittent water supply which resulted in the disruption of classes is no longer an issue for students of Nakobo District School after the commissioning of a new $50,000 water system recently. Over the years, disruption of classes had become a norm for the Cakaudrove school because of intermittent water supply. School committee member Tarusila Lora...

20th November

Japanese Govt hands over $214k school building to Nakaidrau Infant School

The Government of Japan provided $214,310 to Nakaidrau Infant School for the construction of a three classroom building, inclusive of an office, library space and furniture, under Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Program. Dr Ikeda Yuichiro, Counsellor and Medical attache of Japan to the Republic of Fiji, did the hand over...

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