Public awareness initiative award

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CONGRATULATIONS: Folole Alapati a Senior Meteorology Technician Officer and Katie Pogi a Scientific Officer – Geology of the Meteorology Division are awarded the Public Awareness Initiative Award.

CONGRATULATIONS: Folole Alapati a Senior Meteorology Technician Officer and Katie Pogi a Scientific Officer – Geology of the Meteorology Division are awarded the Public Awareness Initiative Award.

For their ingenuity, Folole Alapati and Katie Pogi from the Meteorology Division (M.N.R.E.) have been recognised by the government.

They are the recipients of the Public Awareness Initiative Award.  

The award is to reward the two officers for their innovation through raising the awareness of school aged children with their D.V.D. production titled; Save Yourself.

As directors and producers of the D.V.D, it has provided a platform to educate the children on issues such as Climate Change and Disaster Management.

“Their work on the D.V.D. stands out as they are Officer Level in comparison to the Project that they implemented is very impressive,” complimented the Public Service Commission, (P.S.C.).

“The animated cartoon characters with their voices and narration in the video clips have captivated their targeted audience.”

“The clips have been viewed by 83 schools with 19,500 students educated on Tropical Cyclones, Earthquake and Tsunami and Climate Change.”

 award is to reward the two officers for their innovation through raising the awareness of school aged children with their D.V.D. production titled; Save Yourself.

As directors and producers of the D.V.D, it has provided a platform to educate the children on issues such as Climate Change and Disaster Management.

“Their work on the D.V.D. stands out as they are Officer Level in comparison to the Project that they implemented is very impressive,” complimented the Public Service Commission, (P.S.C.).

“The animated cartoon characters with their voices and narration in the video clips have captivated their targeted audience.”

“The clips have been viewed by 83 schools with 19,500 students educated on Tropical Cyclones, Earthquake and Tsunami and Climate Change.”

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