Youths collaboration will bring a change in the community - Bula Pulse Youth Network rep

Youths collaboration will bring a change in the community - Bula Pulse Youth Network rep

By Iliana Biutu
Friday 19/01/2024

The main challenge youths in Fiji are facing now is how to collaborate and work together to bring change in their community.

While speaking during the Youth Talanoa Session at the Suva Library this morning, Bula Pulse Youth Network representative, Avikesh Kumar says today's session is about creating a space for youths to share their experiences and challenges they are facing in their communities and what are some of their plans they can carry out to bring about changes in their communities as a whole.

Kumar says collaboration is the key that could open the door for youths, especially at the grassroots level.

He says due to lack of resources, these youths are not able to recognised.

He further says this year, one of their plans is to get all the youths to be registered and they will talk with the Ministry of Youths regarding lack of resources for them.

Kumar is reminding youths that through collaboration, they can recognise the power of working together and be the change in their communities.

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