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Display for community awareness

Ropate Valemei
Saturday, November 17, 2012

A WEEK-LONG display organised by the Ministry of Lands and Mineral Resources to create awareness in the community on the work it does ends in the capital city today.

"It's very hard for people to come to our office and this was meant to bring our services closer to them," said David Chang, an officer from the Lands and Mineral Resources Ministry.

Mr Chang said different sections had different displays.

"This is part of the Public Service Commission's initiative to improve service delivery to the public."

He said they had provided the public with information, advice, received complaints and held a career expo for the students as well.

"Some people cannot come to our office because of the locations and we are here for them to learn more about us, and how we deliver our services to them," he said.


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