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State roadshow heads north

By LUKE RAWALAI
Thursday, April 03, 2014

Update: 11:11AM VILLAGERS and communities living along the Wainikoro, Dogotuki and Nadogo districts in Macuata are expected to benefit from services on offer at a two-day government roadshow in Wainikoro.

The event, held at the Navoalevu School grounds, was officially opened this morning by the Agriculture Minister Lieutenant Colonel Inia Seruiratu.

With the theme 'Taking Government Services to the Rural Communities', the event aims to  bridge the gap between government and the rural population.

The communities will be able to access information on goods and services provided by various government departments, private sector agencies and commercial banks to improve their livelihood.

The Wainikoro event is the first of a series of roadshows planned by government in the rural areas and outer-lying islands this year.

 

 








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