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From July 2019 to June 2020, the FLO Pasifika for Life Programme has reached over 14,000 people through 290 participants attending a FLO Talanoa Pasifika suicide prevention workshop, 534 young people and their families increasing their mental health literacy through the Mental Wealth project, and 13,879 users entering real-life problems into the Aunty Dee problem-solving tool.
Between July 2019 and June 2020, the Le Va team delivered LifeKeepers – Aotearoa’s national suicide prevention training programme – to over 1,500 New Zealanders. A massive year for the team, with e-learning a-plenty, the launch of LifeKeepers e-learning + webinar, and face-to-face workshops throughout the motu, all allowing us to engage with caring communities everywhere from Dunedin to Whangarei.
Le Va is committed to providing a platform for the voice of Pasifika youth where they can share their views on the issues that affect them to lead and co-design solutions with us.
As a longstanding advocate for Pasifika, Le Va is honoured to once again be selected by the Ministry of Health Suicide Prevention Office to administer part of a $3.1 million community fund which supports communities to create innovative solutions to prevent suicide.
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Q1: What positive impact has the Futures That Work programme made for you? What an honor it has been to be a recipient of the 2019 Futures That Work programme. The scholarship has not only alleviated the financial burden higher education leaves but also serves as an inspiration as I continue to pursue my studies. I am […]