Rainwater harvesting system to end struggle for islanders

New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji Jonathan Curr commissions the new Rainwater Harvesting project at Yanuya village on Malolo on Thursday. Picture: SITERI SAUVAKACOLO

A $38,000 rainwater harvesting system has ended years of struggle by Yanuya and Tavua villagers on Malolo Island by giving them access to clean and safe drinking water. The project was funded by the New Zealand High Commission in co-operation with Habitat for Humanity Fiji and Vinaka Fiji. New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji Jonathan […]

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