$50m spent on community projects

Residents of Raranibulubulu with Fijian and Japanese government officials at the meeting. Picture: SERAFINA SILAITOGA

THE Japanese Government since 1990 has spent about $50 million on community projects around the country. These projects included water, education, health, to name a few, that have benefitted Fijians. Yesterday, a team from the Japanese Government visited a $177,806 water project which has eased daily challenges for 200 residents in Macuata. Japanese government officials […]

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