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Climate war
If within the family there are wars, we are not surprised to see war between countries
But the biggest war that all people in all the countries, irrespective of their nationality, sex, caste, religion, nature, attitude, brilliance are fighting is war with climate & soil

Global example of
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2) Blood donation
3) Birthday donation
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5) Health Info World Capital
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NGO managements in all countries will be helped by giving ideas like fund raising, branding, PR, succession planning, sustainabillity & reputation

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Thane doctors & hospitals can make Thane a global capital of health information where they share every body part and disease & how to tackle the disease in non medical language.

Corporates in the world
Thane can be responsible by sharing a Sustainability & Reputation Tree for corporates across the world where Tree branches & leaves include roots like Governance to the top of what world sees like vision, mission, purpose

 

 

Flag Description
light blue with the flag of the UK in the upper hoist-side quadrant and the Fijian shield centered on the outer half of the flag; the blue symbolizes the Pacific Ocean and the Union Jack reflects the links with Great Britain; the shield - taken from Fiji's coat of arms - depicts a yellow lion, holding a coconut pod between its paws, above a white field quartered by the cross of Saint George; the four quarters depict stalks of sugarcane, a palm tree, a banana bunch, and a white dove of peace

National anthem : "Meda Dau Doka"
This country is different : You must know it

Cluster of more than 332 islands and 500 islets. 110 of these islands have never been inhabited.

Fiji’s closest neighbors
Vanuatu , New Caledonia, France, New Zealand, Tonga , Samoas, Franco’s Wallis and Futuna, Tuvalu

Fiji has three official languages: English, Fijian and Hindustani. It is also known as the Republic of Fiji.

Suva is also considered a pivotal city for the industrial development of the country.

The climate is mainly tropical with high temperatures all year long. It rains regularly

The higher point in Fiji is Mt Tomanivi, at an impressive altitude of 11324 m.

The main sources of income for the Fijian Nation are sugar exports and tourism.

The major industries are tourism, sugar, clothing and copra. Agriculture includes sugarcane, coconuts, cassava, rice, cattle and fish. Exports include sugar, garments, gold, timber and fish.

Fiji

Helplines
911

Botanical Gardens
Savurua Botanical Gardens
Thurston Gardens, Suva

Zoos
Kula Eco Park - Sigatoka
Political Parties

FijiFirst
Founded : 31 March 2014
Website : fijifirst.com

Fiji Labour Party
Founded : 1985
Website : http://www.flp.org.fj/

National Federation Party
Founded : November 1968
Website : nfpfiji.com

Social Democratic Liberal Party
Founded : January 2013
Website : www.sodelpa.org

Other parties

Fiji United Freedom Party
People's Democratic Party
One Fiji Party

 
Rivers

The Rewa River
The Rewa River is the widest river in Fiji. Located on the island of Viti Levu, the Rewa originates in Tomanivi, the highest peak in Fiji, and flows southeast for 145 km to Laucala Bay, near Suva. The Rewa River drains approximately one-third of Viti Levu.

The Rewa River is fed by two large tributaries, the Wainibuka and the Wainimala and it is joined by several other rivers of importance before it reaches the sea by a delta of many mouths. It is navigable by small crafts up 100 kilometers from its mouth and its basin is enriched by a deep deposit of alluvial soil. There are more than 200 native villages situated on its banks. The Rewa River is crossed by the Rewa Bridge at Nausori.

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