The ACCF team carried out community awareness and assessments in Taveuni and engaged with members of the public regarding the Accident Compensation scheme. The team distributed safety message flyers, bumper stickers, safety posters and tote bags. The team also held awareness sessions in schools, communities and public areas.
Some of the places that the team visited in Taveuni included Somosomo Village, Navakawau Village, Ura Village, and they engaged with key stakeholders such as Taveuni Hospital, Taveuni Police Station, Matei Community Post and local resorts. Benefits to Taveuni residents from ACCF’s visit included:
- Knowledge about the no fault Accident Compensation scheme.
- Victims of accidents having direct access to the team and application forms.
- Assessments of victims of accidents who have already applied for compensation.
ACCF would like to acknowledge and thank the Roko Tui Taveuni, Mr. Aloesi Rasaciva for his support in facilitating the team’s visit. ACCF also acknowledges the support from the Taveuni Police Station and Taveuni Hospital.
ACCF has paid a total of $31,230,500.00 million in compensation since January 2018 as follows: