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Building community resilience in Vanuatu

PORT VILA, (FAO) --- Adapting to climate change is key to achieving food security for the future, particularly in areas susceptible to the impacts of climate change.

United Church programs officially commence

All religious programs by the Wesley United Church is now officially commence in Honiara after the commissioning of the newly elected leaders on Sunday.

Kukum campus SSEC Church leader’s commissioned

LEADERS elected to work in the church ministries of the South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) Kukum Campus Church in Honiara were commissioned on Sunday.

United Church leaders urged to work faithful

NEWLY elected leaders of the Wesley United Church in Honiara have been urged to work faithful in the Church Ministry.

Local Adventist Ministers attending training

LOCAL Adventist Pastors and Ministers are amongst the 138 Seventh day Adventist Church (SDA) Church Ministers and Pastors around the region that are currently in Fiji attending a two weeks theological workshop training.

God’s Sovereignty is not always Apparent

One of our problems with the sovereignty of God is that it frequently does not appear that God is in control of the circumstances of our lives. We see unjust or uncaring or even clearly wicked people doing things that adversely affect us. We experience the consequences of other people’s mistakes and failures.

Tourism training in Isabel

Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT) will conduct a five days basic tourism hospitality training alongside Live& Learn, a Non-Government Organisation (NGO) in Isabel province

West to allocate fund for road work

Western Provincial Government (WPG) executive will meet this week to allocate some funds to support the upgrading of the Gizo Hilltop road.

Yamaha maintenance team on provincial tour

The Y-sato Marine Yamaha awareness and maintenance team will kick off their provincial visit to conduct Yamaha outboard motor (OBM) maintenance this year.

USP’s Pacific TAFE to run Cambridge Advanced Examination

The University of the South Pacific’s (USP) Pacific Technical and Further Education (Pacific TAFE) will run preparatory courses for students who will be sitting for the Cambridge Advanced Examination (CAE).