Digicel takes care of Leadership Fiji's telecommunication needs

Digicel takes care of Leadership Fiji's telecommunication needs

By Rashika Kumar
Friday 17/06/2022
(L-R) Digicel’s Acting CEO, Morika Hunter and Leadership Fiji CEO Sharyne Fong.

Leadership Fiji will not have to worry about data or call charges when assisting the community or training leaders as Digicel Fiji will now take care of all their telecommunication needs.

An agreement has been signed between the two organisations making Digicel Leadership Fiji's silver partner.

Leadership Fiji CEO Sharyne Fong says they really appreciate Digicel's support in believing in their vision that is to develop and enhance the quality of leaders.

She says they build community leaders and have value based programmes and Digicel and other family of partners really gives them hope that what they are doing is in the right space.

Digicel’s Acting CEO, Morika Hunter says Leadership Fiji embodies everything they believe in which is finding leaders within the community developing their skills, providing them with everything they need and the multiple layers of support so they can achieve their goals.

She is also encouraging other businesses to look at supporting anyone interested in really developing their leadership skills.

Leadership Fiji recently built homes in Koroipita and they are also involved in training student leaders in primary and high schools and creating awareness on issues such as World Rangers Days and World Skills Day through their advocacy challenge.

Meanwhile, applications for the Leadership Fiji 2023 Programme intake will open from the 1st of September and will close on 30th November.

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