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Women on Rabi Island suffer similar fate as those on other maritime islands when it is time to give birth – they have to leave their homes and travel to hospitals on the mainland. Rabi women, who made their submissions to the Constitution Commission at the weekend, said they needed to have $100 to travel to Savusavu Hospital to seek medical help.
Social worker, Terikano Takesau said the island has a health centre, a doctor and a nurse, yet, the women are told to…Continue
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Publish date/time: 06/10/2012 [16:20]
While holding consultations in Rabi Island today the commission received a submission from two women groups who raised concern about lack of proper facilities for them on the…
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LUKE RAWALAI Friday, September 28, 2012
FOLLOWING the celebration of National Library Week in the Buca Bay area, the students, including those on the islands of Rabi and Kioa, now have access to a library centre. While opening the centre, roko tui Cakaudrove Ro Aca Mataitini lauded the Library Services of Fiji for having the insight to include such a service for students within Kama District.
“The onus is upon the community to make use of the service because the books are now…Continue
FIJI TIMES ONLINE SERAFINA SILAITOGA Friday, September 21, 2012
WOMEN of Rabi Island want the new constitution to recognise the need to expose their talents through the marketing of their products.
Rabi Island councillor Titaku Kabung said the women on her island needed a lot of empowerment and government support was imperative.
“That is why we will make known to the Constitution Commission this essential need of our women in…
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FIJI TIMES ONLINE Salaseini Vosamana Friday, September 14, 2012
EIGHT navigational beacons are expected to be installed in the Rabi and Kioa regions on Vanua Levu to assist ships travelling to and from the area.
Fiji Roads Authority (FRA) acting director John Luveniyali yesterday said the contractor, Pacific Building Solutions (PBS) had so far set up three beacons.
"The installation of the beacons is part of the Rabi Jetty…
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Columban Fathers - Missionary Society of St. Columban - Columban Fr. Pat Colgan lives and works in Fiji. | September 5, 2012
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FIJI TIMES ONLINE Emoni Narawa Saturday, July 28, 2012
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An ice plant will be erected on the island of Rabi and should be ready by next year.
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Kiribati Must Urgently Prioritize Sanitation To Save Lives – UN Expert
Tarawa/Geneva (25 July 2012) – The United Nations Special Rapporteur on the right to water and sanitation, Catarina de Albuquerque, called on the Government of Kiribati to address the human…Continue
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FIJI TIMES ONLINE Salaseini Vosamana Wednesday, July 25, 2012
THE construction of the Rabi Jetty on Vanua Levu is expected to be completed by next week.
Fiji Roads Authority spokesman Mike Rudge said yesterday work on the jetty would stimulate economic activity for the Banaban people.
"The contractors of the $3 million project recently experienced delays in the overseas procurement of material and that's why work is still in…
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UN expert on right to safe drinking water and sanitation heads to Kiribati
TARAWA / GENEVA (20 July 2012) – United Nations Special Rapporteur Catarina de Albuquerque continues her country missions in the Pacific and will visit Kiribati from 23 to 26 July 2012 to examine the situation of the human right to water and sanitation. Her mission will…Continue
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