Village women share daily family struggles

Women of Yaqaga Island in Bua weave mats to be sold in Labasa for their income. Picture: LUKE RAWALAI1

WOMEN of Yaqaga Island in the maritime zone of Bua have now resorted to selling Tridacna maxima (katavatu) and mats to earn a living after the ban of beche-de-mer. They travel as far as Seaqaqa in Macuata to sell their products. They say the income from the sale of clams is far less than what […]

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