Bayly Trust Newsletter – April 2018
Published: 30th Apr 2018
Creating a movement for change
I was privileged to get the opportunity to attend a public seminar organized by Leadership Fiji at the Grand pacific Hotel in Suva recently, where a panel of speakers from the Ministry of Women, Fiji Women’s Crisis Center, Fiji Women’s Rights Movement along with Rosie Batty, spoke about the challenges and issues of family violence.
A volunteer and a staff at the Lautoka Welfare Center were recognized for completing 20 years of service with the Centre. Elina Saurara for completing 20 years of service with the center. Appreciation as well as a cash reward of $250.00 each by the JP Bayly Trust at a gathering of all Committee Members, Volunteers, staff and Doctors from the Bayly Clinic. Also present for the occasion on February 28th. 2018 was the General Manager and four Trustees who travelled from Suva.
General Manager John Yee has been selected together with 29 others to participate in the 2018 Leadership Fiji programme which commenced in early March and concludes in November. He was nominated by the Board of the JP Bayly Trust.
A Milestone in Medical care
In a career spanning around 45 years, he has been with the Lautoka JP Bayly Clinic since it opened in 1987 and continues to operate his medical practice there for the past 31 years, the longest serving medical practitioner with the Trust.