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Youths get Uni computer training

ALISI VUCAGO
Friday, February 02, 2018

Update: 6:38PM THIRTY-FIVE youths today each graduated with two certificates in customer service and basic computer training in Suva.

With funding from Fiji's Ministry of Youth and Sports and facilitation from the University of the South Pacific, the youths successfully completed  the three-day training program.

At the certificate presentation, Director for the Ministry of Youth and Sports George Francis said there was a need to enhance young people's voices and innovativeness.

"We know that every young person has a potential to fulfill and we know that when we are recognised for our qualities, we can create a strong society together," he said.

The participants included 31 youths from the Kadavu urban group and four youths from the Rotuma urban group.








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