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Ecosystem is an invitation to renew our efforts to support the preservation of an ecosystem that is vital for society,” Mr Radidisa said.
“Coastal mangroves the most threatened in Fiji.
“WYE is engaged deeply in supporting the conservation of mangroves, while advancing the sustainable development of local communities who interact closely with them.”
He said the youths were also interested in working with other local communities on similar projects. are among ecosystems
The Department of Immigration undertook their first local registration on its new mobile e-passport system on Friday.
Ratu Drugucava Manoa Bosevakaturaga, who is admitted at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital and is scheduled to undertake further medical treatment in New Zealand, was the first to register his biometrics.
The Department has three mobile e-passport systems, one of which was launched in Australia last year to assist Fijians with their passport applications. The remaining two is with the Department of Immigration. Ratu Drugucava’s mother, Salanieta Adilele, could not contain her excitement when the Immigration officials visited her for the registration.
“The department has saved us the extra cost of running around for my son’s passport. He is due for further medical treatment overseas and we have been trying our very best to finalise his travel arrangements but today we are very grateful to the Immigration staff for coming to register our son in the hospital,” she said.
“This initiative has indeed saved us the time and energy of going down to the Immigration Office in the city. We thank the Department for their indulgence over our situation. Thank you very much to the Government and the Department of Immigration for this great assistance.”
The introduction of the mobile kits was primarily to accommodate persons with disabilities or for cases such as that of Ratu Drugucava. The mobile system is part of the Department of Immigration’s ePassport Project and Government’s digital transformation initiative. To date, the Department has issued 34,000 e-passports since its rollout in September 2019.
Western Youth Empire members assist the women of Viseisei Village in Vuda, Lautoka plant mangrove seedlings in the commemoration of the International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem.
A Department of Immigration staff member assisting Ratu Drugucava Manoa Bosevakaturaga with his e-passport application from his hospital bed.