IN line with preparations for breast cancer awareness month, the Women in Sports Commission will now establish a Western branch and organise a Walk and Talk Day to advocate on good and healthy living.
Event media liaison officer Otilly Rabuku said this was the first time Women in Sports West was organising a walk.
"It's funded by the Oceania National Olympic Committee and Women in Sport is led by our chairperson Susie Yee," Ms Rabuku said.
"The walk is open to everyone and it is held every year in October in support of breast cancer awareness.
"So far, we've received great interest from individuals, sporting bodies in the West, women's organisations and business houses.
"It's a one-day event and we are looking forward to this event as we've just formed this year and this will be a huge boost to Women in Sport in the Western Division."
Ms Rabuku said despite the event being in Nadi, the first woman to register is from Ba and she's listed herself in the 50s category.
The program kicks off on October 19.