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Food security on agenda

Jone Kalouniviti
Tuesday, April 08, 2014

ABOUT 200 people are expected to attend the Ra Provincial Council meeting at Dadamu, Nanukuloa tomorrow.

Ra provincial administrator Kelepi Kubunameca said issues on the right to clean drinking water and food security for the province would be high on the agenda.

"We have continually supported the development of water projects and this will be discussed at length on Wednesday," Mr Kubunameca said.

"It is a universal right to have access to clean water and Ra is also looking at ways to boost food security."

Mr Kubunameca said the Ra inter-agency committee would also make a presentation on the care of those under 18 years.

"There are social welfare issues which many people are concerned about in Ra, this report will discuss and look into this area.

He said the anther issue was climate change and its impact.








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