Youths use yaqona earnings to meet financial obligations

Youths of the Bula Raraba project in their $3.7 million worth farm in Naiyarabale within the district of Saqani in Cakaudrove. Picture LUKE RAWALAI

A YOUTH group in Cakaudrove gives $45,000 annually from yaqona planting to meet financial obligations to the vanua, church and education. Nayarabale Youth Group president Iliesa Vakaruru said the money was shared equally to the three areas. “For the students, we give $300 for tertiary students, $200 per student for secondary education, and $100 for […]

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