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RPW Executive Officer Neil Maharaj is currently inspecting ongoing projects at Nabalebale Vilage and Levuka Village in Cakaudrove Province.

The Assistant Finance and Administration Officers role is to preparation of receipts and payment vouchers, Preparation of advances and verification of acquittals,

The Construction Managers role is to manage the day-to-day construction of the projects, plan develop and execute construction effort to formulate most cost-effective plan to ensure timely completion within budget.

The Project Officers role is to manage water and sanitation construction sites, engage with the community to ensure continued commitment to the projects, inspection and quality control on-site, implementation of OHS policies on-site, on-site training and supervision of the construction team, drafting of fortnightly progress reports, preparing bills of materials and liaise with suppliers for procurement as needed.

The Construction Managers role is to manage the day-to-day construction of the projects, plan develop and execute construction effort to formulate most cost-effective plan to ensure timely completion within budget.

With RPW’s objective to “providing access to safe drinking water to rural communities,’’ the people of Dubalevu now have access to safe water that complies with the Fijian National Drinking Water Standards. This project definitely contributes to the overall improved living conditions and health of the Dubalevu community.

Bilolo is a rural community in Ba with around 200 people situated along Kings Road near Ba town. Representatives from the community

The Ford Motor Foundation & the GlobalGiving International Grant Programme through its local distributors Shreedhar Motors provided a grant of USD15,000 to Rotary Pacific Water today.

The Rotary Pacific Water for Life Foundation (RPW) team spent two days in the settlement of Cobue in Bua Vanua Levu to retrieve a submersible pump that got stuck in a borehole. A few months ago a routine maintenance operation had gone wrong, leaving the pump locked in the well at 27m below ground level.