23 January, 2021, 10:49 am Central - 30°C Rain

2 more people receive funds from Digicel’s All In for Fiji initiative

2 more people receive funds from Digicel’s All In for Fiji initiative

By Naveel Krishant
Saturday 28/11/2020
[image: Digicel Fiji]

2 people in the Northern Division have received funds from Digicel’s All In for Fiji initiative.

Digicel Fiji in September launched the All In for Fiji initiative which offers a total of $50,000 for various community projects in the country.

Prinita Pritika Kumar has received funds as she wishes to help construct a bus shelter in Tabia, Labasa.


There are three schools around the Tabia community with only one bus shelter for students to wait for their bus.

Abdul Sameer Samad a member of the Solove Wailevu Crime Prevention Committee, received funds so they can have 2 neighborhood watch signage boards erected at his community to promote a crime free neighborhood watch attitude.

To also help his community earn a living, Abdul has secured scaffolding materials.

4 people had already received the grants.

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