Charter awareness programs resumes
April 23, 2012 5:05 am
The Strategic Framework for Change Coordinating Office is continuing its Peoples Charter Awareness programs with plans to move to Kadavu and Vanua Levu soon.
The program which began in January this year has focused mainly on Suva’s peri-urban areas with more than 200 programs conducted in the Lami to Nasinu corridor.
The Charter awareness program centres on the government’s plans and initiatives under the 11 pillars of the Peoples Charter.
A statement from the Office of the Prime Minister says the forums create opportunities for people to recognise governments commitment to ensuring it pursues the avenues for sustainable development and address pertinent issues on common national identity, economic growth, poverty reduction and improving public sector services to name a few.
It says the forums are also important as it prepares people for the upcoming Civic Education on the consultation for the new constitution that commences next month.
Awareness programs resume this evening from 5pm to 7pm at the Tuilovoni Church and then from 7.30pm to 10pm at the Mataika Church.
Tomorrow teams will be at the Cargill Mandir from 5pm to 7pm and at the Sasawira Temple from 7.30 to 10pm.
They move to the Navuloa Church on Wednesday as well as the Temple at Mandir Street.
The Valili Temple will play hosts to awareness teams on Thursday from 5 to 7pm while teams will be at the Draunitalia Methodist Church from 7.30 to 10pm.
On Friday they will be at the Peceli Methodist Church hall and the Nakasi High School.
And finally on Monday next week, teams will be at Wainunu and the Hart hall.