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A TOTAL of 227 inmates and 124 officers are now actively involved in the clean up of schools and other public places around the country.
A week after TC Winston struck the country and wreaked widespread havoc and destruction, the Fiji Corrections Service has set its sight on delivering the Prime Minister’s intent for FCS in the wake of the cyclone: to carry out a general clean up of schools, cities, towns and villages.
FCS Acting Commissioner Kameli Ratuvakalevulevu and senior officers met at St Vincent College on Thursday to discuss the progress of works and additional options to pursue upon the completion of the first phase of works.
In Ba today, 18 inmates and officers were tasked to clean up specific areas of the town under the supervision of four officers. They also carried out works at health facilities in the town.
Teams of officers and inmates were also deployed to QVS, RKS, St Vincent College, Tailevu North, Dakuivuna Primary, Nayala Secondary School, Nayavu primary and secondary schools, Navunisei, Burewai and Dawasamu District and Secondary schools early this week.
Similar activities have been organised by centres in the Northern Division.
The teams will move on to other schools upon completion of their initial task.

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