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Air Pacific/Mamanuca Environment Society announce new partnership

Air Pacific/Mamanuca Environment Society announce new partnership

By fijivillage.com
Saturday 04/08/2012
Air Pacific and the Mamanuca Environment Society have announced a new partnership aimed at funding the environmental organisation’s core activities. 

Air Pacific states that it has already begun its F$20,000 annual contributions to assist the Society’s efforts to preserve the environment and promote environmental awareness through school and community programs that will preserve the pristine natural beauty of the Mamanucas and surrounding islands. 


Story by: Sofaia Koroitanoa

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