Combating poverty in Fiji

Apisalome Tudreu (left) and Nacanieli Nacanaitaba from the Methodist Church in Fiji after the closing of the National Poverty Forum at Novotel Hotel conference room, Lami last week. Picture: ATU RASEA

THE Government should work with faith based-organisations in combating poverty in Fiji. This is the view of the Methodist Church of Fiji’s secretary of christian citizenship and social services, Apisalome Tudreu. He said the church has worked tirelessly to take people out of poverty, but these efforts were not recognised. “We want to work with […]

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