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Youth Ministry Plans For Next Year

The Ministry of Youth and Sports staff were reminded of their roles and responsibilities at the ministry’s annual corporate plan workshop. The ministry’s permanent secretary, Josefa Sania reminded staff of
05 Dec 2014 07:35
Youth Ministry Plans For Next Year
The Deputy Secretary of SFCCO Etuate Tuinidau and the Permanent Secretary for Youth and Sports Josefa Sania at the workshop Photo: DEPTFO

The Ministry of Youth and Sports staff were reminded of their roles and responsibilities at the ministry’s annual corporate plan workshop.

The ministry’s permanent secretary, Josefa Sania reminded staff of the seven values of the ministry which are passion, perseverance, focus, integrity, ambition, drive and positive attitude.

“We have our roles and responsibilities and the Ministry of Youth and Sports role is to formulate policies and programmes in order to empower and provide support and opportunities for our youths,” Mr Sania said.

“The Ministry of Youth and Sports is committed to upholding the following values and principles as illustrated in the seven stars as part of the ministry’s logo which symbolises seven star performance.

“We, as ministry staff and head of sections, need to inform our various subordinates of the importance of upholding these values in the conduct of our day to day business at the ministry.”

“I would like to remind us all to commit ourselves in upholding the seven star performance of the ministry,” Mr Sania added.

Mr Sania also highlighted the importance of the work of the ministry in that it looked after a significant population of the country.

“I would like to remind us all that our ministry is a very important ministry because we are looking after a big portion of the country’s population.

“We are looking after 35 per cent of the population in Fiji so we have a big role to perform and we need to uphold our seven star performance in order to reach out to youths to deliver the vision and mission of the ministry.”

He said the three- day workshop will enable the ministry to revise and assess its performance.

“During the three- day workshop, we should be able to revise and look back to assess our performance and put out new targets and new goals for next year in the 2015 annual corporate plan,” Mr Sania added.

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