Taiwan Technical Mission

Nauru’s Nibok Infant School opens kitchen garden

Nauru Media News – NTV reports the Taiwan Technical Mission prepared the garden beds in advance.

Six seedlings comprising of; eggplant, cabbage, cucumber, ocra, tomatoes and sweet potatoes were planted by the students of Nibok infant with assistance from the Taiwan Technical Team.

The children enjoyed planting the seedlings.

Minister Dowiyogo and Ambassador Dean Wang joined in the activity and also got their hands dirty by planting some of the vegetables with the students.


With such a long queue, customers could only purchase a tray each and then get in line again to purchase another tray. Other customers brought along extra family members or friends to purchase more than one tray.

The TTM team sold 300 trays of eggs, with the proceeds from the sale donated to Smart Kids.

Taiwan Ambassador his Excellency Dean Wang was at the egg sale and presented the envelope to Smart Kids Corasita Mackay.

The TTM's poultry farm produces 500 eggs a day and the team will be holding another egg sale in two weeks on Saturday 23rd January 2021.

On the road to reduce NCDs in Nauru

Measures to contain the pandemic are breaking families apart, halting development and making our lives more challenging. Yet other diseases are still impacting patients globally, without the same attention. Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) are among them, and are a particular issue in Pacific island countries such as Nauru.