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Sunita Devi hopes to help her husband ease their family’s financial commitments. She graduated from the Tacirua Sustainable Livelihood Project training offered through Fiji National University (FNU) yesterday. Ms Devi
21 Dec 2018 14:55
Sunita Devi (right), with her friend Gyanamam Raj. Photo: Wati Talebula

Sunita Devi hopes to help her husband ease their family’s financial commitments.

She graduated from the Tacirua Sustainable Livelihood Project training offered through Fiji National University (FNU) yesterday.

Ms Devi is from Nasarawaqa in Bua, Vanua Levu.

She graduated with a Certificate in Basic Cookery and Patisserie.

The 35-year-old was emotional as she thought of how she could not complete her education because of financial difficulties.

“I went up to class five only because we had no money to pay my fees. My grandmother looked after me since I was young,” Ms Devi said.

“I really wanted to study and accomplish something in life, but I couldn’t because of our circumstance.

“Receiving this certificate is a second chance for me and all thanks to FNU for making this possible.”

Ms Devi said her husband was very supportive of her participation during the two weeks course.

“I feel so happy that no word can describe how I feel. I will now apply for work so that I can help my husband financially,” she said.

“This is one accomplishment in my life that I am proud of and I will never forget this day.” Edited by Percy Kean

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