Sotutu youths in Nabua assisted with seeds

Sotutu youths in Nabua. Picture: SUPPLIED

The Fiji Australian Humanitarian Partnership under its COVID-19 Activation 2 Project assisted the Sotutu Youth group in Nabua with agricultural seeds.

According to a statement by the Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) Fiji, members of the youth group in Nabua were using the available land they had to engage in agricultural activities to assist their families during this pandemic.

“The group consists of 30 youths, varying from primary and mid-secondary school students to school leaders who are committed to this program to help feed their families and minimise crime in the area,” it stated.

“Today’s Activation under the Australian Humanitarian Partnership is through the Church Agencies Network Disaster Operations (CAN DO) led by the ADRA Fiji.”

This Activation by AHP’s 26 members has been in implementation in different communities nationwide following the outbreak last year, with an aim of assisting 13,254 people living in rural, semi-urban and urban locations who have been economically and socially affected by COVID19, especially women, youth and adolescents, people with disabilities and LGBTIQ+.

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