Sunday, 29 January 2012 10:52 AM

Youth employment opportunities

In support of T. Cumberland from Aust., I also think its about time to develop Solomon Islands infrastructure rather than rely on more funding support. We have a beautiful country and have a lot of good resources for our youths to become involved in. Why don't we concentrate o funding to build huge furniture work shop in Honiara or further processing for the fishing industry.

It is a very sad thing see our youths drop out or not complete uni, high school, college through lack of opportunities. More jobs less crime! This is not 'wantok' business when its come to leading and to serve! It is a nation elected to serve our people. I think this is everyone's concern. The best leaders advocate for youth employment opportunities, and less crime, in a society where people live in peace and harmony.

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