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Meet your Elections Officials Segment 01Meet Ms. Anaseini Senimoli, the Director of Operations, with over 12 years of exemplary service since 2012, beginning as the District Coordinator (Rewa Province) for the Electronic Voter Registration Excercise Ms. Senimoli has served in various roles, including Acting Head of the Operations Department and Divisional Coordinator for the Western Division during the 2014 General Elections. Her notable achievements include managing the Electronic Voter Registration (EVR) process and leading strategic planning initiatives, which have significantly enhanced the efficiency and transparency of the electoral process. She has also represented Fiji on international platforms, participating in observer programs in Tonga, Korea, New Zealand, and Australia, sharing insights on conducting elections during the COVID-19 pandemic.Ms. Senimoli draws her paternal lineage from Drue Village, Sanima District, in the Island Province of Kadavu, and maternal heritage from Votua Village, Lekutu District in the Province of Bua. Her leadership extends to chairing key committees such as the Polling Venue Selection Committee, Elections Security Advisory Group (ESAG), and the Elections Disability Access Working Group (EDAWG), where she consistently advocates for secure and accessible electoral operations. While serving as the Director of Operations at the FEO, she is also a devoted wife and mother to Mosese, Litia, and Lusiane. Ms. Senimoli’s extensive professional development, which includes a Prince 2 Qualification in Project Management, as well as her current pursuit of a Masters in Electoral Policy and Administration (Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Pisa, Italy (Online) underscores her commitment to excellence. Beyond her professional achievements, she is a beacon of inspiration within our organization and to the continuous improvement of electoral processes. An avid stamp collector since childhood, Ms. Senimoli’s numerous tributes reflect her unwavering dedication to advancing the mission of the FEO and ensuring fair and transparent elections in Fiji. See MoreSee Less
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Fijian Elections Office Hosts Successful Workshop on Introduction to Elections for Political Party RepresentativesThe Fijian Elections Office [‘FEO’] is pleased to announce the successful completion of the "Introduction to Elections" workshop, conducted by the Learning and Development Unit. Held from Monday, 8 July to Wednesday, 10 July 2024, the workshop took place at the Holiday Inn in Suva and saw active participation of 21 representatives from the seven (7) registered political parties in Fiji. See MoreSee Less
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FEO celebrates Viliame Vuiyanuca’s achievement.The Fijian Elections Office (FEO) today Wednesday 10 July 2024 gathered for morning tea in celebration of Mr. Vuiyanuca’s achievement and investiture with the Civil Service Medal last week.The Supervisor of Elections (SoE) Ms. Ana Mataiciwa stated that the FEO is blessed to have such an individual with a wealth of experience like Mr. Vuiyanuca and is still serving in the FEO. The SoE also apologized on behalf of past and present leadership of the FEO if they have wronged Mr. Vuiyanuca in any way."We are so blessed to have someone with your wealth of experience still in the FEO to guide us and show us how things were done and how we can do things better.""I also want to take this time to apologize on behalf of the past and present leadership in the Office of the Supervisor of Elections and now the FEO for any wrong doing or hurtful thing that may have done to you and hope you will forgive and release us as we release you," said the SoE.Mr. Vuiyanuca in delivering his right of reply to the SoE dedicated his achievement to the FEO and thanked the current SoE for her visionary leadership and the FEO for nominating him for the award. Mr. Vuiyanuca also paid tribute to a former colleague in the office of the Supervisor of Elections Mrs. Akosita Taka who was instrumental in recruiting Mr. Vuiyanuca into Elections in 1992. Mrs. Taka sadly passedaway recently."to the current Supervisor of Elections Ms Ana Mataiciwa thank you for your examplary and visionary leadership of the FEO, your leadership has really changed the FEO, your leadership has also seen the FEO weary the storm of one of if not the most difficult times. I wish to thank the FEO as a whole for nominating me to receive to the Civil Service Medal, this medal is a testament to our unity and dedication to Elections, I wish to also today pay tribute to my now former colleague Mrs. Akosita Taka, who I have just been informed passed away a few nights ago in the United States, Mrs. Taka was responsible for calling me in to the Office of the Supervisor of Elections in January of 1992 in her capacity as the Personal Assistant to the then SoE Mr. John Apted, Isa Mrs. Taka ni sa moce Mada and thank you, " said Mr. Vuiyanuca.The FEO is proud of Mr. Vuiyanuca’s achievement and his long continuous years of service to Elections in Fiji. The FEO also acknowledges the actions of the late Mrs. Akosita Taka back in 1992 that allowed for us to have a Stalwart of service faithfully serving today in the FEO. See MoreSee Less
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Pictures from the Civil Service Week celebrations at Albert Park today. See MoreSee Less
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The Fijian Elections Office wishes all Civil Servants a Happy Civil Service Day.The Fijian Elections Office (FEO) in celebrating this year’s Civil Service Week, participated in the march procession that took place this morning. The FEO also had a booth set up where information on the roles and functions of the FEO were provided to school students and the general public.The Supervisor of Elections Ms. Ana Mataiciwa also took part in the activities today. See MoreSee Less
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The Fijian Elections Office (FEO) pays homeage today to Fiji’s longest serving Election Official Mr. Viliame Vuiyanuca.In his 35 year career in the Civil Service and 25 year career in elections Mr. Vuiyanuca has served under 8 different Supervisors of Elections namely:1. Mr. John Apted: 1992 – 1994;2. Mr. Walter Rigamoto: 1999 – 2001;3. Mr. Sakiusa Rabuka: 2002;4. Mr. Epeli Rabuka: 2005;5. Mr. Semesa Karavaki: 2006;6. Ms. Felicity Heffernan: 2008;7. Mr. Mohammed Saneem: 2014 – 2022; and8. Ms. Ana Mataiciwa: current.Mr. Vuiyanuca is also the only employee at the FEO that has experienced the conduct of the last Local Government Elections in 2005.Mr. Vuiyanuca is indeed a blessing to the FEO, we are greatful for the opportunity to put the spotlight this Civil Service Week on Mr. Vuiyanuca a true pillar of Electoral service delivery in Fiji. See MoreSee Less
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Honoring Mr. Viliame Vuiyanuca: A Pillar of Electoral ExcellenceToday, the Fijian Elections Office (FEO) proudly celebrates the outstanding service and dedication of Mr. Viliame Vuiyanuca, the Divisional Manager West. Recognized as the longest-serving election official in Fiji, Mr. Vuiyanuca’s career is a testament to his unwavering commitment to upholding the integrity and transparency of the electoral process. Mr. Vuiyanuca hails proudly from the Village of Naroi, Moala, Lau with maternal lineage to Nukunuku Village, Lakeba, Lau. With over 35 years of experience in the Civil Service, Mr. Vuiyanuca has become a cornerstone of electoral management in Fiji. His expertise spans surveyor and GIS roles, change management, and operational planning, making him an invaluable asset to the FEO. Mr. Vuiyanuca has served under 9 different Supervisors of Elections (SoE) begining with Mr. John Apted in 1992 to the current SoE Ms. Ana Mataiciwa. Mr. Vuiyanuca’s academic journey began at the University of the South Pacific, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in Population Studies and Demography with Geography in 2005 and a Diploma in Geographical Information Systems in 2004. These qualifications laid a solid foundation for his subsequent professional endeavors.His career with the FEO started in 1992 as an Officer, where he played a crucial role in preparing for the Snap General Election. Over the years, he advanced through various positions, each time contributing significantly to the electoral process. His roles included temporary relieving clerk, data entry operator, senior electoral officer, and eventually, divisional manager.As Divisional Manager since 2014, Mr. Vuiyanuca has demonstrated exceptional leadership and innovative thinking. He coordinated the conduct of elections in the Eastern Division and contributed to the development of the FEO’s first Five-Year Strategic Plan. He also spearheaded the first-ever Polling Venue Assessment Exercise using GPS technology, a project that has since become an essential resource for both the Fiji Police Force and the National Disaster Management Office today. His dedication extended to overseeing the operational and implementation plans for pre-poll voting and the establishment of a GIS Unit at the FEO. His efforts ensured the seamless execution of the 2018 General Elections, from polling venue preparations to mapping and policy formulation.Mr. Vuiyanuca’s extensive experience is further highlighted by his secondment to the Fiji Independent Commission Against Corruption in 2007, where he analyzed crucial election-related reports. His earlier roles in the Ministry of Agriculture and Telecom Fiji Limited also showcased his versatility and commitment to public service.Beyond his professional achievements, Mr. Vuiyanuca has contributed to numerous research projects and presentations, enhancing the understanding of GIS applications in various sectors, including health and urban planning.Today, Thursday 04 July 2024, in recognition of his long and dedicated service to Elections and the Nation, Mr. Vuiyanuca was invested with the prestigious Civil Service Medal by His Excellency The President of Fiji. This honor not only acknowledges his remarkable contributions to the electoral process, but also serves as an inspiration for future generations of election officials.The FEO is immensely proud of Mr. Vuiyanuca’s achievements and his unwavering dedication to ensuring fair and transparent elections in Fiji. His legacy of excellence and integrity will continue to shape the future of electoral management in the country.Congratulations Boso Vili See MoreSee Less
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At the Regional User Conference held yesterday Tuesday 02 July 2024, the Fijian Elections Office (FEO) Geospatial Officer Elisa Toroca, was given the opportunity to deliver a presentation on how various ArcGIS applications have been utilized in the areas of Operations Planning, Voter Awareness and Electoral Security at the FEO.The Conference which was hosted by Eagle Technology, saw ArcGIS users from various Government Ministries and statutory bodies, NGO’s and academic institutions come together to solve real life issues and breakdown the working in silo culture.Throughout the conference, there was a heavy emphasis on the fact that GIS is a horizontal enabler that brings people together to look into real life issues.#connecting_voters_spatially See MoreSee Less
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