BY GEORGE MANFORD
LAST week’s forum on peace building innovation for youths has allowed youths to be better informed on their important roles in communities.
Representing Malaita province during the closing ceremony of the youth peace building innovation forum last week deputy provincial secretary Mr Robert Wale congratulated the youths for their participation.
“I whole heartedly believe that during the last three days had been very exciting to all of the youths where it was full of speeches, dramas, presentations, testimonies and fun.
“The last three days of this forum had given all of us tools about being creative and innovative in our own settings.
“This forum had given us the opportunity to gain new insights, innovation, and an eye opener to recognise our personal viability of ventures into productivity for ourselves, your province and the nation as a whole.
“Undoubtedly the wealth of knowledge acquired or gained during these three days is useful to enable you (youths) to maximise your personality to make things happen in your life.
“I thanked UN peace building and UN women and UNDP for hosting such wonderful and auspicious youth innovation forum here in Auki, malaita province for the first time.
“The Malaita provincial government is really appreciative of this initiation to bring the forum down to our youth innovators in the province.
“What you have learnt here will rejuvenate you to become more industrious than before.
“Set your hearts and mind clear to be more innovative and creative where you will convert you to be a self starter and more productive youth and social entrepreneur.”