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  • FNU TVET Principal Research Officer Aiyaz Khan eleborates on his presentation during an interview.
  • Dr Tess Martin delivers her presentation during the TVET World Conference at the Grand Pacific Hotel.
  • FNU Staff Prithi Ram, Swetha Sharma, Sovaia Coalala, Meenal Lal and Nathasha Mudaliar at the TVET World Conference in Suva yesterday.
  • Primary Industry Researcher from WINTEC delivering her presentation during the World TVET Conference.
  • FNU Cordinator Disability Services Sovaia Coalala and FNU Disability Assistant Swetha Sharma (left) at the World TVET Conference.
  • TEVET Head of Corporate Affairs Lewis Msasa asks a brief question after on of the presentations during the World TVET Conference at GPH yesterday.
  • Jone Robanakadavu speaking delivers his presentation on  the promotion and inclusionof persons with disabilities through vocational skills training during the World TVET Conference.

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