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Solomoni Biumaiono – Fiji Times – Thursday, 22 August 2013 (originally published 20 Aug)
LUCILLE Sain is one of the pioneers who revived the youth movement in the Federated States of Micronesia which actively fought and was finally given recognition to the aspirations of the young people there.
The 28-year-old youth advocate from the most populous state of Chuuk is a Pacific Youth Council board member. She shared her experiences about youth advocacy in her country.
In 2009 Lucille was randomly selected to represent Chuuk to attend the FSM Youth Council meeting . . .