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We know school responsibilities are one of the top stressors that contribute to worsening mental health. – Denise Kingi-Uluave Le Va have been appointed by the Ministry for Pacific Peoples (MPP) to deliver its national youth wellbeing programme, Niu Wave, for Pasifika secondary students who have been awarded Toloa scholarships. The Toloa Secondary School Scholarships […]
‘Within our ancestral voices are some true answers to healing’ – Rob Williams A Moana movie style meditation series is set to launch through the newly developed ‘Feel App’. Home and Away actor and founder of the app Rob Williams speaks of his collaboration with Opetaia Foa’i – the musician behind the popular Moana movie, […]
While it’s perfectly normal and quite understandable to let fear paralyse us into inaction and self-doubt, we each must cultivate a source of inspiration that we can call upon to help keep us grounded and motivated.
Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini! The success should not be bestowed onto me alone, as it was not individual success, but the success of the collective. As we approach the conclusion of another full year, the Le Va LifeKeepers team reflect on the year that has been. Having travelled […]
Le Va is pleased to announce the following organisation and community groups as the recipients of the 2021 Le Va Pasifika Suicide Prevention Community Fund: • Love Somebody Charitable Trust • Zeal Education • Positive Vibrations Ltd • South Waikato YMCA • New Zealand Rugby League • Hawkes Bay Fijian Christian Fellowship Trust […]