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Jone Kalouniviti
Thursday, April 10, 2014

THE Nadroga Navosa Provincial council meeting tomorrow will focus primarily on development and education issues, says Roko Tui Nadroga Viliame Burenivalu.

"Nadroga has been quite focused on matters of how we can add value to the education of our children through support structures or program investments," he said.

"Apart from that, the other main focus area would be development ones like water, roads, housing and how we have progressed in line with government's plans and timelines."

The province has a boarding house at Flagstaff in Suva which caters for 16 students attending tertiary institutions.

The Adi Nadroga Festival celebrated every October also raises funds for the education of children from the province.








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