SSEC youths support MPG green campaign in Auki


Youths of the South Sea Evangelical Church (SSEC) in Malaita province have been commended by the provincial government for support demonstrated towards its green campaign.

This is following a clean-up activity organised by Malaita province through its youth desk in Auki on Monday that saw youths from SEEC taking part in the activity.

The youths were in Auki over the weekend after they assembled at Kakara last week ahead of their journey for a youth-arise programme in Honiara.

Malaita province youth coordinator, Mr Francis Samo on behalf of Malaita province acknowledged the youths for the clean-up activity in Auki.

He said though the clean-up activity carried out by the youths might seeing small, it shows capability of youths to contribute to the community under the right supervision.

Samo said this is one of the objectives Malaita province is working towards – to see youths contribute meaningfully toward the development of the province.

He added that Malaita province through its youth desk also prioritises youth programmes aimed at empowering youths to realise their potentials.

Samo said although funds being the obstacle face to drive youth programmes and activities in the province, Malaita province is steadfast to see youth development in the province.

Meanwhile, Samo thanked the SSEC for the youth arise to engage youths in Malaita province on religious and related programmes that are important for them.

He said government is one among many other stakeholders that could contribute toward nurturing young people in Malaita to bring about change in the province.

Samo reiterated his thanked to the SSEC church for the religious programme which will engage young people in Malaita and the country on programme will contribute to their life and everyone.

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