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$34k Nadi Ambulance Boost

Saint John Ambulance will now be able to operate in the jetset town, Nadi. This is after  Nadi-based charity Project Bula Mai/Style Fiji handed $34, 000 to the humanitarian organisation
03 Oct 2014 10:45
$34k Nadi Ambulance Boost
Fiji Airways Fijiana 7s captain Raijeli Daveua on her way to score against New Zealand at the FMG Stadium in Hamilton, New Zealand, on January 26, 2020. Photo: Bruce Southwick/ZoomFiji

Saint John Ambulance will now be able to operate in the jetset town, Nadi. This is after  Nadi-based charity Project Bula Mai/Style Fiji handed $34, 000 to the humanitarian organisation on Tuesday.
The assistance will help set up a base in Nadi to serve the diverse communities like the Mamanuca Group.
The money will be used to help work during emergencies, health shuttles and disaster response.
St John Ambulance general-secretary Ema Bovoro thanked Project Bula Mai/Style Fiji for its kind assistance.
“On behalf of the St John Association of Fiji, patron, chairperson, council members, management and staff, I wish to thank Project Bula Mai for the generous donation of $34,000,” Ms Bovoro said.
“We again thank you for your commitment in supporting a request from the community and a desire to serve the communities in Nadi and the neighbouring areas.”
PBM chairman Adrian Sofield said they received a request from the St John Ambulance in 2013 to operate in Nadi.
“Currently, St John Ambulance Fiji only operates in the greater Suva area and Project Bula Mai agreed to accept the challenge to assist them in setting up an ambulance base in Nadi.” said Mr Sofield.
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