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Students set standards

Repeka Nasiko
Monday, April 28, 2014

THE iTaukei Students Association in USP's Labasa Campus is setting a standard for other student bodies by exposing youths to the realities of the underprivileged and allowing them to lend a helping hand to the vulnerable.

Association president Nacanieli Salabogi said the outreach programs planned by the association for the year focused on giving back to the community.

"It's an initiative that allows our members to engage our community by positively giving back to our community especially to the vulnerable," he said.

"We have set ourselves strategic goals for this semester that outlines all of the work that we want to do for the community."

About 18 students from the association spent a day at the Golden Age Home in Labasa over the weekend.








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