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FENC Fiji holds career workshops for children

Siteri Sauvakacolo
Saturday, June 21, 2014

THE Foundation for the Education of the Needy Children in Fiji is holding a series of workshops to educate children on the importance of understanding the different career paths they should take.

National program co-ordinator Mere Tikoduadua-Fonmoa said the workshops would cater for about 60 to 80 children from around the country.

"This is the first time for us to have these workshops because we want these children to know and understand their different career paths.

"We target children mainly between the ages of 14 to 16 because this would be best time for them to make credible choices," she said.

"The response has been good so far and these children really enjoyed the different explanations from various experts like lawyers."








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