Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant

Creating something out of nothing is a good parable to ponder on in institutions such as ours. The Superintendent and his team have been extending their invitation to close friends of the Home with the development of our cassava and honey farm in Metalevu in Tavua. The farm is on a piece of donated land by Ratu Jone who is frequent visitor to the Home .We are so thankful to our friends in the likes of Mr Nailatikau, Mr Polly and Mr Shahil who took part with the spraying of the grass at our cassava plantation and the checking of our bee boxes for bee farming .It is indeed a kind gesture that saw these workers putting extra effort in preaching the gospel of love by the work that they do. The harvest from this farm will be beneficial to the recipients of the Home and the workers will indeed reap a double portion from the seeds that they planted for the consumption of the needy.

Vinaka saka na yalo vinaka.

Mr Shahil,Mr Nailatikau and Mr Polly at the farm in Matalevu, Tavua.

Mr Nailatikau preparing for the weedkiller to be used for spraying the grass around the cassava patch.