Malaita’s chazon development to be revived



THE Malaita Chazon Development Authority (MCDA) committee will regroup and revive the once thriving business arm of Malaita province.

This was confirmed by the provincial secretary of Malaita province Jackson Gege during the provincial planning development committee meeting with the heads of Department (HODs) earlier this week.

He said the MCDA formerly known as Malaita Development Authority (MDA) has not been functioning well for the last decade, thus the idea to regroup for the betterment of the people of Malaita province.

Mr Gege added MCDA upon revival will revisit its operations that will help the province in terms of its revenue.

At the moment the MCDA committee members manning the office for the past few years are yet to be reorganised and take up new responsibilities.

“We will call for a meeting soon for all our members to regroup and started of our developments for the future of this province.”

MCDA will also be looking at reviving and revisiting their assets including fisheries and agriculture and livestock in Auki and around Malaita province.

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