13-year-old Sainamere loves to cook and spends her mornings in one of our local education centres doing just that. Sainamere is a special needs student but getting access to a specialised school is too difficult due to the travelling distance...
Monika Nabaro is a primary school teacher in one of the most picturesque schools, arguably in the world. Her Classroom
In Nabukadogo Village, more than 30 kilometers from Labasa Town in Fiji’s main northern island, a local Mother’s Group is providing cooked hot meals for the local pre-school to help improve their children’s health.
Preventable diseases like diabetes have become the biggest killer of people in the Pacific. In Fiji the rate of diabetes is among the highest in the world with statistics showing one in five people being affected by it. According...
The new Assistant Health Minister, Honorable Veena Bhatnagar will launch an event focused on improving children’s health across the country in Labasa tomorrow (Friday 17th October).
The official launch of Save the Children’s annual Race for Survival has kicked off in Suva today with a clear message to the country to ‘Save, Sip and Survive’ in the current dry weather to protect your health.
Ana Lotata Colati has been helping educate community teachers in Fiji for more than a decade and her work has become a little easier thanks to the Rotary Club of Suva...
The 35 children in Kalekana’s community run preschool, outside Lami Town, will now have access to safe toilet blocks after the community secured a $3000 donation from Fiji Gas.
The resilience of school communities and preparation for future disasters is a top priority for the government of Fiji with the recent endorsement of a new policy this week.
A new project by Save the Children Fiji is equipping communities with the ability to access healthcare in their own homes.