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Thursday, March 09, 2006

Confirmed list of other To'abaita students in Fiji-2006

We are priviledged that the number of students from To'abaita at USP and other institutions in Fiji has increased dramatically since 2000. From 2000 we only had about 5 To'abaita students at USP and about 2 students at FSM. Since then the number of To'abaita students attending universities in Fiji has risen to around 30 students in 2006. We believe that the same trend is also true for other regional institutions in PNG, Vanuatu and Samoa. Our students are the cream and future leaders of our To'abaita region. Therefore the responsibility is on individual students if they are to fulfill the dreams of their families, communities, To'abaita region and even the Solomon Islands. The TARD concept aims to foster friendship and close relationships among To'abaita students and leaders so that we can assist each other in the near future towards the betterment of Toa'baita region.

A confirmed list of new and continuing To'abaita and part-To'abaita members in Fiji this year are as follows:

USP (Laucala Campus)
1. Joy Maealatha (Bachelor of Education-Secondary)
2. James I'ilu (Bachelor of Education-History Politics)
3. Stephen Filiomea (Bachelor of Science-Maths and Physics, while waiting for Pilot studies in Australia)
4. Andrew Liolea (Bachelor of Science-Physics and Information Systems)
5. Trevor Maeda (Bachelor of Science in Marine Science)
6. Robert Iromalefo (Bachelor of Science-Maths and Physics)
7. David Suirara (Bachelor of Education-History Politics)
8. Fiona-Peupelu (Bachelor of Education-Food and Textiles)
9. Joyce Konofilia-Maetoloa (Bachelor of Arts-Tourism and Hospitality)
10. Alfred Maebiru (Bachelor of Education-Primary)
11. Flickson Faea Samani (Professional Diploma-Legal Practice)
12. Catherine Liolea (Bachelor of Science/Graduate Certificate in Education)
13. Lilian Faerua-Danitofea (Bachelor of Science in Marine Science)
14. Doreen-Baselo (Bachelor of Education-Food and Textiles)
15. Muriel-Dakamae (Bachelor of Arts)
16. Ruth Ramoifuila (Bachelor of Arts)
17. Douglas Aitorea (Bachelor of Arts-Marine Affairs)
18. Rachel-Aitorea (Bachelor of Arts)
19. Simon Mau (Bachelor of Education-History Politics)
20. Lenny Olea Konamauri (Bachelor of Science)
21. Joyce Galo (Bachelor of Arts-Land Use Planning and Real Estate)

Fiji School of Medicine (FSM)
1. Linly Galie (Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology)
2. James Fanagalo (Bachelor of Pharmacy)
3. Alice Siuna (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery)

Fiji Institute of Technology (FIT)
1. Lemuel Liolea (Electronics&Instrumentation)
2. Joachim Loka'a
3. Paul Ramson
4. Andrew Dakamae

This list aims to give our To'abaita leaders, students and other interested parties a fair idea of the number of To'abaita students who are studying in various institutions around Fiji in 2006. We also welcome inputs from our students in PNG and Vanuatu as well as elsewhere so that we can create a To'abaita database of our human resources development.

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