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2/15/2019
To strike a balance between conservation and development the Fijian Government has developed a far reaching plan for the sustainable management and development of forests in Fiji’s 5 and 20years National Development Plan. This commits Fiji to ending deforestation, restoring degraded forests and substantially increasing afforestation. The overall approach Fiji has taken is to one that transforms conservation into development. We have moved away from either-or to an approach where the more you protect and expand forest cover, the more you achieve economic development. This road is not easy. 

2/11/2019
I am deeply honoured and humbled to receive the 2019 Sustainable Development Leadership Award. This is more than a win for me, or a win for Fiji –– it is a win for small and developing states around the globe. It shows that, when it comes to impacting the world, it is not the size of your country that matters –– but the size of your voice. And after Fiji’s COP23 Presidency, it’s clear that the once-ignored voice of the climate-vulnerable populations is being projected louder than ever. For a country like ours, with our population of less than a million, to be recognised in this way by TERI –– based in your nation of over 1.3 billion –– is proof that this voice is being heard. 

2/9/2019
The Ministry of Health statistics currently reveal that almost One in every Three Fijians are being diagnosed with diabetes which is equivalent to 30% of the population; And that about three lower limb amputations are conducted every day as a result of uncontrolled infection due to poorly controlled diabetes. This alarming rate raises serious concerns with the Ministry of Health and Medical Services and to Government which has spent about $406 million annually on the treatment of Non-Communicable Diseases and related ailments in recent years.

 

2/9/2019
FRU’s newfound representation at the World Rugby Council will provide us with great insight, and give Fiji a voice at this forum for the first time. Already, our CEO John O’Connor has been asked to join the Professional Games Committee of World Rugby. This is a milestone achievement that will help take Fijian rugby to the next level, and again, I thank the board and management for their diligence in crossing the goal line.  

2/6/2019
The principles upon which UNCAT is based are fundamental to a free society. Fiji, under our Prime Minister, values these principles and we have not wavered in our commitment to ensuring that these constitutionally guaranteed rights and protections are practically implemented to better the lives of all Fijians.



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