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Graduation Kicks Off Rasau’s Road to Potential Small Business

Achieving a Certificate in Basic Cooking and Patis­serie allows Akeneta Rasau to achieve her dreams of running a business. She gained her certificate from the Tacirua Sustainable Livelihood Project training
21 Dec 2018 11:00
Graduation Kicks Off Rasau’s Road to Potential Small Business
Akeneta Rasau after she graduated with a Certificate in Basic Cooking and Patisserie at Tacirua Primary School on December 20, 2018. Photo: Wati Talebula

Achieving a Certificate in Basic Cooking and Patis­serie allows Akeneta Rasau to achieve her dreams of running a business.

She gained her certificate from the Tacirua Sustainable Livelihood Project training offered through the Fiji Na­tional University (FNU).

Ms Rasau graduated yesterday at Tacirua Primary School. The 40-year-old who hails from Naloto Village in Nairau, Lomaiviti, and has maternal links to Natauloa Vil­lage in Nairai, Lomaiviti, was happy to gain a certificate at her age.

“I live in Tacirua and was informed of this initiative by our representative. I am glad that I was able to attend the two weeks training and I have learned a lot,” the mother of two said.

“This is my first certificate and I am so happy. I never ex­pected to get a certificate at my age and I want to thank FNU for making this possible.

“For me this is the first step and I plan to further my edu­cation and start a small business. I have learned that there is no age limit for learning and I am grateful for the sup­port from my family especially my husband and my chil­dren. I am glad that through FNU I was able to study again after a long time.”

Edited by Jonathan Bryce

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