2015 PCAN Day March
It’s your turn to make a difference, STOP child sexual abuse!
149 children graduate from kindergarten
Children Race for Survival in Labasa
And RACING.... students ran with open water bottles. The Race for Survival while conserving water in these dry conditions.
Children conserve water and protect health!
Students show off their brand new Tippy Taps - these bottles help water slowly drip out when the lid is opened and soap is attached so they can save water and wash their hands at the same time.
Fiji Gas investing in community's future
Vinaka to Fiji Gas
The very early stage of new beginnings for Save the Children Fiji
CEO Raijeli Nicole bringing the key areas we will work in over the next three years to life.
Heads, shoulders, knees and toes with Save the Children Fiji
Ear screening made easy with Project Heaven Fiji
Future planning for Save the Children
Save the Children's team at the end of our strategy planning workshops.
Save the Children Fiji - an 'Olympian' for nutrition & health
Save the Children Fiji's CEO, Raijeli Nicole accepting the award this morning for Olympic Spirit from Dr Robin Mitchell (IOC Member for Fiji). Thank you Fiji Association of Sport & National Olympic Committee
Save the Children Fiji becomes Santa's little helpers
The jovial atmosphere at St Christopher's Home after the visit from 'Santa's little helpers'
Ian and Noeleen Alchin doante ECE resources to Jittu Estate
Ian and Noeleen Alchin (center) with the Central Office Education team and the donated items for the Jittu Estate Early Childhood Education (ECE) centre.
Front Line Responder Training, Lautoka
Participants and facilitators in the Front Line Responder Training, Lautoka
DRR and Emergencies storage arrives
Waiting to be stocked in preparation for the coming Fiji cyclone season
SC Fiji- Race for Survival 2013 : Awarding Certificates
SC Fiji Education VTS Coordinator Central, Mere Krishna presents Vatuwaqa Primary School students with their certificates.
Save the Children Fiji- Positive Discipline training (7/11/2013)
CPP Manager Sosaia Tapueluelu in the workshop with teachers
Diwali Morning Tea
Race for Survival - 23rd October, 2013
The student representatives; Emori from Navesi Primary School (L) Kellian from Veiuto Primary School (M) and Frances from John Wesley Primary School (R)
Media meets Save The Children Fiji Staff
SCF CEO Raijeli Nicole Welcomes the media
Raising Awareness on the Importance of ECE
What is Save the Children Fiji up to this morning?
Save the Children Fiji's Education Project Officer (Nasinu), Mr Avinit Narayan (far right) having a session with the volunteers 🙂