THE Yellow Ribbon campaign will be launched on April 26 in Rakiraki.
With five weeks remaining for the launch of the Yellow Ribbon program, the Fiji Corrections Service continues to receive support from business houses and stakeholders.
A statement from FCS said Kings Neon Signs of Namaka, Nadi handed over two printed new Yellow Ribbon Project banners for the launch.
Kings Neon Signs general manager Ifran Khan said the company supported the initiative which was for a better Fiji.
"The program is needed for a peaceful country while educating families on the need to love and support those who returned home from prison," he said.
"We are glad that business houses and members of the community in the Western Division have shown their full support towards accepting the former inmates." The FCS is working hard to reduce the number of repeat offenders by 50 per cent in 2014.