In colonial times Kilipati mo Elise were linked more closely than today. After separation in 1975, many people from Tuvalu stayed in Kilipati or migrated there. Today, many Tuvaluans live and work in Kilipati, among them a community of Nanumeans. Among these families are those of Lefulefu Kelese and Popeiata Ato Raponi.
This page will reflect life among the Nanumean people in Tarawa and Kiribati -- including youth, the sports teams, the churches, the elders and leaders.
A koe he tino Nanumea koa noho i Tarawa me ko Kilipati? Fakamolemole lafo mai ou tala, ata, etc. Ke faka malosi te laupepa tenei mo oulua olaga, mafaufauga, etc! Te feitu tenei e tuhi faka taatou me ko faka palagi hoki -- kia koulua!!!
Nanumea i Kilipati Photos (Send photos and we'll post them here!)
News and Sports UPDATE (Send us news and sports information - those of you in Tarawa)
What can you send us to post here?
We would like you to send us this information:
* The Taipola and their titles
* Sports pictures and results
* News and Events
* Projects going on now
* Anything else you think is interesting
Send us your ideas, info for this section, and pictures -- Fakafetai lahi!