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Back in history: Students’ outreach project

Summary by FijiTimes
In 1984 a group of 30 University of the South Pacific students left for the island of Serua to work on extending a sea wall on the island. The Fiji Times reported on July 4 that year, that the students were on a two-week semester holiday and had extended 300 metres of sea wall that another group had built the previous year. More than 130 students spent their holidays in five villages — helping with development projects. At Soliaga on Beqa Island…
Published 3 months ago · Serua, Fiji

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