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Fiji’s best kept secret, Savusavu is a natural, lush and beautiful paradise on Vanua Levu, Fiji’s other big island. The town of Savusavu is the centre of a wonderfully diverse range of accommodation, activities and adventures. Come and explore the many different resorts and rentals the Savusavu area has to offer. From the very well known resorts of Jean-Michel Cousteau Fiji Island Resort and Namale Resort to many other luxurious, boutique resorts, there is something for everyone in and around Savusavu.

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Whether you come by ferry, flight or boat from Nadi or Suva we are sure you will find exactly what you are looking for in Savusavu. Real Estate, rentals, accommodation, spas, pearls, diving, snorkeling, fishing, boat charters, properties for sale, investment opportunities or just some fun in the sun. You’ll find it all here in the hidden paradise of Savusavu!



Sun kissed Daku Resort, Fiji
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Sun kissed Daku Resort, Fiji
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FemTALK CSW62: Thinking Globally and Acting Locally with our Rural Women Leaders Community Media Network- Fiji

18 Rural Women leaders representing close to 2,800 women from the Districts of Lekutu, Nabouwalu and Vuya met with our Vanua Levu convenor/correspondent team Adivasu Levu and Tanya Lautiki at the Soqosoqo Vakamarama Bua Centre on March 20th.

Discussions ranged from access to services including electricity and water and infrastructure beyond the highway:

"Roads to villages and communities in the interior and coastline are in poor condition and more services are need to improve roads and water supply as well as alleviate poverty in rural communities" reports Adivasu

Women from Nawaido, Namuavoivoi, Lekutu, Nacavaga and Nadi find it difficult to access the hospital and market with their crops. It is harder when it rains.

The feeling of isolation is also linked to the information and communication divide.

"Our community media network is helping women stay informed as well as taking their voice further through the radio programmes produced during the network activities."

By enhancing women's access to information-communication systems including the internet, government can support the leadership of women in the rural and remote communities including during.

That is a recommendation for the National Budget Consultations 2018-2019 which does rely on improvements to the electricity supply and health services.

Greater enforcement of environmental protection guidelines for the local marine resources must also be provided for in the National Budget says Ana Ramatai (Junior)
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Good idea ladies, wish you success in your endeavours.

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