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WOWS starts fresh

Ana Madigibuli
Thursday, July 24, 2014

WALK on Walk Strong's (WOWS) final transition to being officially known as WOWS Kids Fiji is expected to take place in the next couple of months.

WOWS Kids Fiji has registered under the new name and will be officially launched to focus on children affected by numerous life threatening illnesses, besides WOWS initial focus of those living with cancer.

This was highlighted by WOWS Kids Fiji chairman Makrava Wilson during the Laughing Samoans Fiji Tour launch in Suva on Monday.

He said projects in the pipeline for WOWS Kids Fiji included the resource centre project and the children's support fund that the organisation had implemented and was working towards.

"The Laughing Samoans are actually here with us because we won't only be looking at children with cancer we will also be looking at children nationwide which is the reason we are relaunching as WOWS Kids Fiji," Mr Wilson said.








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