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57-year-old tells: Value of still learning

Ms Vunivola of Waila, Nausori, graduated from the institute yesterday after successfully completing her course in Hydroponics Farming.
08 Mar 2019 16:10
57-year-old tells: Value of still learning
Minister for Women Mereseini Vuniwaqa, Deputy British High Commissioner to Fiji David Jones and Fiji Muslim League president Hafizud Khan with some of the graduates from Makoi Women’s Vocational Training Centre on March 7, 2019. Photo: Ronald Kumar

 

A 57-year-old spinster, Lavinia Vunivola, says she enjoyed every day of her time spent at Makoi Women’s Vocational Training Centre.

Ms Vunivola of Waila, Nausori, graduated from the institute yesterday after successfully completing her course in Hydroponics Farming.

She said she was encouraged and motivated by her best friend, Analaini Kanasalusalu, to join the programme from which she had learnt new things.

“I also learnt in my course programme that not all types of rubbish are bad. Hydroponics teaches us to reuse the reusable rubbish items.

“I am fortunate to have such trainers at the centre who have helped me learn the new programme because I wish to become a hydroponic farmer back home in Nausori,” Ms Vunivola said.

Edited by Susana Tuilau

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