“WHILE the Tina River Hydropower Development Project itself is set to create cheaper, more reliable energy for Solomon Islanders, local communities will also benefit through community development funds, employment opportunities, and training.
“A three-day workshop called "You and Your Money Towards Better Living" which was held last week, provided participants practical training to help build their capacity and improve knowledge around financial management and savings skills.
“ For the 22 representatives from Mbahomea, Malatoha and Mbelaha regions attending the training at St. Barnabas Cathedral in Honiara, the sessions provided information and resources to be in a better position to capitalize on the economic opportunities that the Project will bring in the future. “
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