300-plus to attend Pacific Skills Summit in Suva

(From left) Chair of Australia Pacific Training Coalition, Kaye Schofield, President of the Republic of Nauru and Pacific Skills Partnership Founder, Baron Divavesi Waqa, Pro-Chancellor and Head of Council of the University of the South Pacific, Winston Thompson at the press conference held in Suva today. Picture: ABISHEK CHAND

MORE than 300 attendees from across Fiji and the region are expected to converge at the Pacific Skills Summit in Suva tomorrow for a two-day event. With more than 30 preenters from the private sector, civil society, regional organisations, national governments, as well as development partners from the Pacific and beyond, have been invited to […]

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