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Veisemati na Matabose ni iLavo Maroroi ni iTaukei & Leadership FijiVeisemati na Matabose ni iLavo Maroroi ni iTaukei & Leadership Fiji Erau mai sainitaka nikua e dua na veidinadinati ni cakacakavata (MOU) na Vunilewa ni Matabose ni iLavo Maroroi ni iTaukei, o...
A tekivutaki ena vula o Maji 2021 na nodra vuli ni bisinisi na marama ni Matailobau ena iwalewale ni Vuli Veiraimata. Ia na kena sa mai basika na mate dewa na Covid 19, sa mai vakayagataki na monalivaliva kei na…
O Kelerayani Lesikinavosa e dua vei ira na isevu ni gonevuli me volayaca ena Porakaramu ni Veika Vakaviti ena tagede ni Postgraduate ena Univesitini Ceva ni Pasivika mai Laucala. O koya e dua talega vei ira na vukei ena sikolasivi ni Matabose ni iLavo Maroroi…
Era vulagi dokai na Turaga Peresitedi, Major General (Retired) Jioje Konousi Konrote ena soqo ni kena tavoci na Organic Rotuma, kei na sevutaki ni ivola, “Rak La Faeag Rotuam, Learn to Speak Rotuman”, e na Holiday Inn e Suva.
Assistant Minister of iTaukei Affairs, Hon. Adi Selai Adimaitoga, as Chief Guest launched a pilot training project for rural women in Naitasiri recently. The training project is a collaboration between the iTaukei Trust Fund Board (TTFB) and the Fiji National University (FNU).
ITTFB & HFC Bank, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), that sees the establishment of a Loan Guarantee Scheme (LGS), that hopes to enhance entrepreneurial drive of existing or potential local resource owners’ businesses post COVID 19.
ITTFB & FNU, today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signaling the commencement of a rural women’s training project, focusing on building entrepreneurial capacities for several villages within the province of Naitasiri.
The trip was to primarily scope for specific areas of interest where TTFB could assist, including the safeguarding of Rotuman culture and arts, the Rotuman language; supporting entrepreneurship and business efforts and building capacities on traditional and social leadership.
The iTaukei Trust Fund Board (TTFB), the Ministry of iTaukei Affairs (MTA) and the iTaukei Affairs Board (TAB) collaborated to develop a training programme titled Sauvaki Ni Vanua. The Traditional Leadership programme known as Vuli ni Sausauvou.