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Madden Grateful For Her Family’s Support

Jane Madden, 38, is grateful for the opportunity to be chosen as one of 40 who will travel for work abroad under the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme.
06 Aug 2022 11:24
Madden Grateful For Her Family’s Support
Jane Maiwai Madden at Kshatriya Hall, Suva. Photo: Viliame Tawanakoro

Jane Madden, 38, is grateful for the opportunity to be chosen as one of 40 who will travel for work abroad under the Pacific Australia Labour Mobility (PALM) scheme.

She was grateful for her family support and to all those who have been supporting her throughout her journey.

Ms Madden has been working in the hotel industry for the past 20 years and this opportunity will en­sure she will learn and bring new skills and knowledge when she re­turns to become one of the best here in Fiji.

Looking forward to her travel to Australia, Madden said that this programme would also allow her to convert her dreams and goals to reality, ensuring that her family is well looked after.

She added the support they get from the ministry was great and calls on all Fijians to not be shy or ashamed of what they have or what they have gained, and for them to come out and grab hold of opportu­nities offered.

“Never lose hope, but ensure there’s always hope at the end of everything,” she said

Ms Madden said that this was a great opportunity initiated by the Fijian Government in partnership with Australia and New Zealand Governments.

“We the people of Fiji are very fortunate that these countries have worked together, ensuring that eve­ryone is well looked after,” she said

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