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The iTaukei Affairs Ministry has reached out to villages to establish all chiefly titles following the high number of vacant chiefly titles to date.
I-taukei Affairs Deputy Secretary Saimoni Waibuta confirms to FBC News the i-Taukei Affairs Ministry is currently working on filling all vacant chiefly titles in villages around the country.
We are currently working on the confirmation of all our chiefly titles with regards to Tokatoka, Mataqali, the Yavusa and those are things that we are working on trying to fill all the vacant customary titles and for the ministry of the i-Taukei affairs
Waibuta says vacant posts should be filled to avoid disputes and disunity.
The Ministry is working around the clock to establish villager's identity to assist them to identify and install customary titles.
Waibuta says it's important to fill these vacant positions as there is a huge role and responsibility that comes with it to lead the vanua.
A special meeting for our community members in Australia is called for the 14th of May 2016,
important issues facing the future of our people,our homeI Island and the rebuilding of Yacata village after tropical cyclone Winston needs to be looked at again.
A container full of goods for Yacata has left Australia today to support our families on the island.
Those from UK,USA,NZ and Fiji can attend via Skype .
Venues and time of the meeting will be on our Yavusa Yacata Facebook page.
Thank you and take care
May God the creator of our universe blesses you all.
Just received this letter from the good Reverend Irinale Tadulala son of Yacata living in Australia.Thank you Rev.
Born above the crystal clear blue seas of the Pacific Ocean, the monster from hell, Winston, had its eye set on our beautiful group of Islands and the beautiful nature of her people. Its strengths intensified as it drew closer to our Islands as if it was running behind schedule to spend time with us and danced at our white sandy beaches. What, in nature’s terms, was a friendly visit, ended up as a catastrophe to Fiji and her people.
Winston has come and gone leaving in its wake devastations and destructions unparalleled in Fiji’s meteorological history. From uprooted to broken homes, loss of precious lives, broken hearts to shattered hopes, this was by far the biggest cyclone in living memory.
Winston was blind and it did not differentiate between races, cultures, colours, religious or political beliefs as it ran havoc indiscriminately on our beautiful Island nation.
People of Fiji and friends all over the world have begun picking up the pieces. We did not lose, we were just battered. Our people are a resilient group of people who will rise above this devastations as they usually do after events such as this. This latest catastrophe will be no exception, although it will be a little bit tougher given the magnitude of the devastation. They need our help.
My Island home of Yacata was among the many that directly lay in the path of this monster. Majority of the houses on the Island were completely destroyed or rendered uninhabitable. Crops had been completely destroyed with our only source of income, copra, completely decimated.
On behalf of our people I would like to plead with you, members of the international community for your help. Whatever little monetary assistance you can give will mean a great deal to those who have lost any hope and those that are struggling to find what to feed their children.
The account details below
YACATA FIJI DISASTER RELIEF
ANZ BANK AUSTRALIA
REV IRINALE TADULALA
463 CLUMP POINT ROAD
REVIEW OF PREVIOUS ACTIVITIES:-
1. The French Gov. brought about 2.5tons of construction tools to the island including Spade,Fork,Posthole Spade,hammer, Hand saw,Tin Cutter,all sizes of construction nails,tarpulin etc
2. Rations for the first 6 days were provided by Kaibu including a carcase of beef meat.
3. Rations from NDMO/Loloma Foundation were also distributed on the 9th day which was Sunday amongst the number of families.
4. Aust gov. supplied 55 large tarpulins.
5. So altogether each family has about 4 to 5 tarpulins each.
6. Our yavusa collections was loaded on the barge last Friday 4th of March with about 100 plus cartons.
7. Gobal of Compassion's 45 household pack was also loaded onto the barge the same day.
CONSOLIDATION OF ALL ACTIVITIES:-
1. The first batch of volunteers(8) left on 1/03/16 with 5 more yet to go.
2. Their main priority to fix priority areas ie; Health Centre fixed and operational,last Friday. The school to fix Teachers quarters and makeshift classrooms for the school to start this week.
3. Families were encouraged to clear and clean their own compound and built makeshift tents for temporary shelters assisted by volunteers.
4. Last Friday 4th March sent a 32" blade Hasgarvana Chainsaw (biggest size) to help in the clearing of big trees as none in the village.
5.WATER- Issential to the healthy livelihood of the community will be assessed by the Team Leader who will at the same time prepare an assessment report for the borehole operation as its
6. Talatala's residents is the next for the volunteers as fund is available for repairs.
6. UNICEF also left for Yacata on 3/01/16 with loads of ware tablets and medication kits.They have assessed on waste management and supplied portable toilets.
7. Overseas volunteers Team 1 will arrive on 9/03/16 Tomorrow and Team 2 will arrive on 16/03/16 (next Wednesday)
REFOCUS ON NEW GROUNDS :-
1. Relocation is a must while it needs proper planning and assessment.
2. A new focus has been targeted after confirming all the consolidated activities above and also seeing food rations should last them for the next four months, the meeting have unanimously agreed to move towards "FUNDRAISING" to be held on 28th of March at the Police Bure,Valelevu in line with volunteers demand.
a) To align ourselves towards volunteers demand in terms of construction materials for the 14 partly damaged homes.
b) To assist those who are in real need for relocation(those their homes have been washed away by the tidal waves.
Rebuilding and reconstruction will take a while, 3 to 6 months if everything goes to plan and we all hope to see a lot of new developments and the "LIGHT OF TRUTH BEGINS TO SHINE over yavusa Yacata in his own time.
"I'm thankful these supplies arrived quickly, if not we would have faced a serious food shortage."
These were the words of a relieved Letila Vulakoro of Yacata Island as she received food rations from Government on Sunday (28/02/16).
The mother of 3, whose beach front house was damaged by Tropical Cyclone Winston's winds and swallowed by storm surges, says the food rations delivered by Government arrived at a critical time for the villagers of Yacata.
Like many of the severely affected areas, Yacata's 44 households now have to share the few houses that remain and suffer the widespread destruction of their farmlands.
Vulakoro said that due to the severe damages to root crops and vegetables, a food crisis seemed imminent.
"After the cyclone, we relied on food from a shop owned by a cooperative".
"Those who own the cooperative were kind and decided together to share the supplies for the whole village which lasted a week."
"Just as the food supply was running out, Government's assistance arrived to our shores," Ms Vulakoro said.
Vulakoro acknowledged the quick response from government.
"We take this time to thank the Government for the timely response; we now have food items and water to drink.
We will also work with Government in rebuilding our lives and livelihood and that of our children," said an emotional Ms Vulakoro.
The ration delivered would last the people of Yacata for about a month.
Meanwhile food rations delivered included canned beef, canned fish, flour, rice, dhal, sugar, cooking oil, powdered milk, and mineral water.
Thank you very much.
Hurricane Winston destroyed my village but we are very fortunate no one got injured during the 320km wind.,Winston I don't want to see you ever again,go and hide inside Jupiters and never come out again.
Cyclone Winston has come and gone leaving in its wake millions of dollars in destruction. At category 5, Winston is by far the most devastating cyclone in recorded history to hit our beloved archipelago. Its mere size alone means that the whole of Fiji would have been, directly or indirectly, affected by the devastation of this monster.
As always, smaller remote islands that lies directly in the path of the cyclone are the ones that, historically, often bear the full brunt of the devastation. Winston was no exception.
Unconfirmed reports suggest that Yacata and nearby Islands were some of the worst hit. Our prayers and thoughts are with our people at this difficult time. However, this cannot be the only things we do. The degree of devastation, although yet to be confirmed, demands more from us who has the interest of our Island homes at heart. It will mean our personal sacrifices and unyielding support in cash and in kind.
I will be updating you all when a full and substantiated report is received so we may be able to plan the kind of assistance we will render to our people back home.
Today,my thoughts and prayers are forever with you as you just been through a tough night with tropical cyclone Winston,at this moment I have never been able to reach you by phone or FaceTime but I know that this one will be forever in your memories.At this moment I haven't received any updates as the telecommunications systems is down because of this big mother of a hurricane.
To the people on my Island I am looking forward to hear your voices again,and not the sounds of laughter on the background,well at least not now and the jokes you shares with me.
We are a resilient people we have been hit so many many times and each and every time we rises again.
I look forward in talking with you very soon again,stay safe Yacata, rise up and may the creator of this universe pour out blessings to each families.