More than 20 youths in Honiara are currently undergoing a three days disciplinary training at Multi-purpose hall.
The training is being facilitating by a well experienced team from Australia known as the Rugby Plus organisation, from Melbourne, including a Fijian and former wallaby’s player Ili Tabua which was aimed at targeting youth to develop sport in the country.
The team specialise in trainings ways of disciplinary sports, education and health awareness.
The training involved visiting schools with talks related to sports, health and educational programs including techniqucal sessions.
The training was aimed at developing the mentality of youths to have concentration in sports, education and health awareness.
Speaking on behalf of the facilitators head of the Rugby plus program Ili Tabua said the their training covers sports, education and health aim at containing youth from negative social activities.
He said the main areas which they like to concentrate on includes developing the youths physically, mentally and spiritually.
“These are the three things we try to emphasize so that youths can understand the reality of life and contribute to the development of the this country,” Tabua said.
He said as human beings they need to stay fit by adopting the three main areas, physical ,mentality and spiritually .
The Rugby Plus organisation has already been visiting Australia, Vanuatu and it was their first to visit Solomon Islands with the trainings.
The training will be end today.
BY SOLOMON LOFANA