Stakeholders evaluate on REACH project
July 6, 2017 4:30 am
Stakeholders gathered for a workshop in Sigatoka to evaluate and improve the rights, empowerment and cohesion for rural and urban Fijian projects.
The REACH project which began in 2015 aims to improve service delivery to the vulnerable and remote communities.
Permanent Secretary for Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation, Josefa Koroivueta says more than five thousand people in fifty districts and eleven provinces have so far benefited from the project.
“Seeing the results they are very powerful – they speak of the hard work, they speak of the good heart, they speak of unity and the cohesion efforts that has been crafted within the REACH program.”
Participants during the two day workshop evaluated on the project to consider lessons learned in order to make necessary improvements.
The REACH Project which will end next year is funded by the Japanese government and the United Nations Development Programme.