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Sukuna Park make-over

Written By : Source: FMF. Last month 300 employees of the Flour Mills of Fiji (FMF) Group’s biscuit company cleaned up rubbish strewn areas in the Capital City, Suva. Once
04 Mar 2011 12:00

image Written By : Source: FMF. Last month 300 employees of the Flour Mills of Fiji (FMF) Group’s biscuit company cleaned up rubbish strewn areas in the Capital City, Suva.
Once again the FMF Group embarked on another community project, this time to providing a much-needed facelift to Sukuna Park.
The park, which plays host to thousands of people who live and work in the Capital City, uses its cozy environment for a variety of reasons; from a casual lunch-hour meeting to dreamy dates, from gospel preaching to music concerts.
“A place as popular as that deserves a better ambience,” says Komal Karishma, FMF Group’s environment technologist who anchored the recent facelift initiative.
“The benches and tables were dirty from overuse; so FMF Group undertook to have them cleaned and painted. Our employees also cleaned the park and trimmed the plants. Now the people of Suva have a much cleaner, brighter and more cheerful place to go to,” she said.
The initiative was part of FMF Group’s ‘Clean-Up Suva City Campaign 2011’ in keeping with its motto: ‘FMF Group: Moving towards a cleaner and brighter environment’.
Late last year the FMF Group installed around 50 village signs across Fiji.
These signs not only help road-users to identify the villages they pass through, but have also provided a source of identity and pride to the residents of these villages.
FMF Group believes that for a nation to truly prosper, its people must live a healthy and clean life!



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