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Tailevu Think Tank To Work With Govt In Addressing Needs

ACP Tudravu applauded Government’s involvement in funding development projects that held greatly impacted the province.
27 Nov 2020 12:49
Tailevu Think Tank To Work With Govt In Addressing Needs
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama with the women of Silana Village, Dawasamu, Tailevu on November 26, 2020. Photo: DEPTFO News

The Tailevu Provincial Council has endorsed a Tailevu Think Tank to enable the province and Government to join forces to work on meeting the needs of the people.

Council chairperson, Acting Com­missioner of Police, Rusiate Tudravu said the idea was discussed during the past provincial council meeting in an effort to bring about development right to the grassroots level.

ACP Tudravu applauded Government’s involvement in funding development projects that held greatly impacted the province.

He said the motive behind the Think Tank was to bring about developments to the families and in­dividuals in villages through the Tai­levu Holdings Company Limited.

“We want to be able to fund our own projects and let major projects go through Government,” ACP Tudravu said.

He explained that district represent­atives were being educated to align their needs and wants according to programmes already set out by indi­vidual Government departments.

ACP Tudravu added that the meet­ing would concentrate on strengthen­ing subcommittees and dialogues.

The Tailevu Think Tank was en­dorsed in the past provincial council meeting.

Edited by Caroline Ratucadra


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