Namosi province became the sixth province to undergo the traditional leadership and good governance training called Vuli ni Sausauvou.
The Vuli ni Sausauvou training program is a collaboration between the iTaukei Business Council (TAB) and the iTaukei Trust Fund Council (TTFB). The trainees participating in this training program are Sausauvou or traditional heirs to chieftaincy titles.
The training program, spread over 14 weeks, is hosted at Nadave’s Center for Appropriate Technology and Development (CATD).
This year’s program has 19 Sausauvou from Namosi currently undergoing the first five weeks of training.
All participants are hosted at Nadave. Opening the training earlier this week, the Deputy Minister for Rural and Maritime Development and Disaster Management, Jale Sigarara, stressed to the trainees the importance of training as such and grasping its key principles which can be insightful for them in the practical application of post-workout lessons.
He also conveyed the important support role the church had within the vanua.
Adding that the trainees should absorb and assimilate as much as they could this valuable training, so that they can improve good governance in their areas of responsibility within their vanua.
The first quarter of this year’s training is expected to be completed by the end of June 2022.