THIS year's Vodafone Festival of the Friendly North queen has marine conservation on her mind.
Being an avid member of the British non-profit group Community Centred Conservation — C3 in short — the Kia Island beauty is keen on saving the marine ecosystem.
Ms Loloma said the sea had always been a part of her since it played a major role in the livelihood of her people on the island of Kia.
"The week-long carnival has really opened up doors of opportunity for me and I have come up with people and organisations that I could work with to further my cause," she said.
"At the moment, I am setting my targets at graduating next week with a Bachelor of Arts from the University of the South Pacific. Once this is over, I will focus on my projects.
"I had advocated on marine conservation during the carnival and I wish to continue with the theme as part of my community project."
The outspoken 24-year-old previously worked with C3 in creating awareness on saving reefs, particularly among children on Kia Island.
"Back in the island, our schoolchildren are actively involved in saving the reef and they have their own reef clean-up days where they get rid of garbage and any foreign materials on the reef.
"This is a good example of how knowledge can change ideas and attitudes.
"I am planning to conduct more awareness to villages in the North regarding the fragile marine ecosystem surrounding our islands and how we can be guardians in ensuring the sustainability of our marine ecosystem."