23rd August 06:41 PM
Zero tolerance policy for farmers whose complaints are not addressed
By Loata Bakalevu
Thursday 18/07/2019
Permanent Secretary, David Kolitagane [Photo:Fijian Government]

There is a zero tolerance policy in place if a farmers complaints are not addressed appropriately and in a timely manner.

While speaking at the Agriculture Ministry work shop on Costed Operational Plan, Permanent Secretary, David Kolitagane highlighted the need for ministry officials to prioritize farmers which are its key stakeholders.

Kolitagane says that agricultural officials will be  disciplined if they fail to do their duty.

He says they want to create an efficient structure that can help them deliver a better quality of service and on time.

Kolitagane adds the operational plan will provide a framework to allow the ministry delivering its outputs for the 2019/2020 financial year. It will also set the base for the next five planning periods to achieve targets as outlines in the ministry strategic development plan 2019/2023 which has been endorsed by cabinet.

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