Classes cut short

Women and children from Vuaki Village, Nacula, Yasawa head for the nearest water source near Matacawalevu. Picture REPEKA NASIKO

THE prolonged drought has taken its toll on villages and schools in the Yasawa Group with schools opening for only half day in an attempt to preserve water. At Yasawa Secondary School in Marou, Naviti, classes for about 220 students had been disrupted because of water supply issues. The Fiji Climate Summary for August issued […]

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