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2018 RBF student diary launched

Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Update: 5:37PM The 2018 Reserve Bank of Fiji Student Diary was officially launched today at Marist Brothers High School (MBHS) by Ministry of Education's deputy secretary primary and secondary education, and MBHS old boy, Timoci Bure.

RBF deputy governor Esala Masitabua, also a former Marist scholar, said the diaries were part of the RBF's work on financial inclusion and financial literacy which they had been spearheading in schools and communities over the last few years.

"We are giving 5000 school diaries to 36 schools with the theme; 'The climate is changing and we must change too'," RBF deputy governor said.

The launch was held during the school assembly this morning in the presence of students, the principal Ben Salacakau and teachers, the invited guests and members of the media.

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