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Ministries to conduct mapping, profiling exercise

By ATASA MOCEITUBA
Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Update: 2:39PM THE Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs will be conducting an extensive mapping exercise and profiling of climate change and disaster impacted communities in Fiji.

This was revealed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs acting permanent secretary Luke Daunivalu today.

Mr Daunivalu said the profiling exercise would help them identify areas affected by climate change and how they could be assisted by Government.

He said the experiences and lessons learnt from the mapping exercise would be used as case studies in the development of their Relocation Guideline.








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