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Samoa Observer, 19th October 2018

World Bank Vice President (Sustainable Development), Laura Tuck, is leaving Samoa impressed with the progress made in projects to mitigate the effects of climate change.

Ms. Tuck made the point on Thursday night during a meeting with women working to mitigate the effects of climate change, commending them for driving real change.

During a visit to Samoa with a delegation of the World Bank, Ms. Tuck made time to dine with the Women in Climate Change (W.I.C.C.) network, an organisation established this year to connect like-minded women in Samoa.

Ms. Tuck said her work in sustainable development needs local organisations like the ones represented in W.I.C.C. to ensure changes happen.

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