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Sila Village


Conservation benefit: Establishment of a 24,710-acre marine reserve

Community benefit: New community hall

Date Approved: 01.2006


This project protects ocean ecosystems, making coastal communities more economically and physically secure in the face of climate change.

Sila Village has a population of about 150 and is located on the western side of Viti Levu, the larger of Fiji’s two main islands. The people of Sila Village are willing to  protect a 24,710-acre marine reserve for at least ten years. In return, Seacology will provide funds for construction of a community center.

Project Updates

June 2007

Construction of the plumbing, water tank, electricity, doors and windows was completed in early 2007. In April 2007 Seacology Chairman Paul Cox visited Sila Village with a delegation of about 400 Nu Skin representatives to attend an opening ceremony.

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January 2007

As of November 2006 the major construction of the building was complete. Work to install the plumbing, water tank, electricity, doors and windows was scheduled for the end of 2006 or early 2007.

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June 2006

Field Representative Saula Vodonaivalu Jr. reports that construction has begun and the province chief visited the site to participate in a ceremony to lay the foundation in April 2006.

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