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It’s great to be back in Fiji and back in Vuda and the West after another of the overseas trips I am having to make as Fiji leads the global campaign against climate change.
A report released in 2016 by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) indicates that the global occurrence of childhood cancer may be significantly higher than previously thought. The report also reveals that there are an estimated 80,000 deaths annually from childhood cancer worldwide, and an increasing inequality in childhood cancer diagnosis and treatment between high-income and low-income countries.
We all share our vision for a secure and safe Fiji. Safe homes for our families, especially the weak and vulnerable, secure investments and assets and a haven where our people can live, rest and enjoy their lives in peace without the threat of harm.
The Micro and Small Business Grant (MSBG) is an initiative that enables Fijians to be get access to funds to start or grow their business. The MSBG has entered its 35th phase of implementation since its inception in 2014.
The Fijian Government believes that the best and most effective way to economically empower the rural youth, is to identify what they do best and provide them the necessary support to achieve that vision.
 Every year, this roadshow has gotten bigger and better. Your communities have watched that happen, and all of you have felt the benefits. New, innovative policies from my Government have meant new and better services have become available.
The Fijian Government is improving the way we serve all Fijians, through the use of technology. The first service as part of digitalFIJI, is the My feedback and Government directory apps. This has revolutionised the way Fijians can access Government information and services. We are bringing Government services to the people, which will be accessible anytime from anywhere.
Today we are celebrating that more Fijian families are receiving access to affordable and quality housing, as we officially commission 36 new public rental board flats for occupancy, funded to the tune of 2.4 million dollars by my Government.
My Government is optimistic to build on the progress made todate and I am delighted that our people can witness the transformation our nation is going through. Ladies and Gentlemen, we have set ourselves on a progressive path and have reached a “point of no return”.
When we speak about investors voicing their confidence with dollars, that voice is loud and clear here today in Labasa–– to the tune of 40 Million Dollars.
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