Online aunty helps young people solve problems

A new website developed by Le Va called ‘Aunty Dee’ is helping young Pasifika and Māori cope with stressful life experiences by providing them with a step-by-step structured approach to problem solving; something that is not necessarily learned in families where...

Sowing success from scattered seeds

Guest blog from Olivia Salanoa, Pacific Mental Health and Addiction Scholarship recipient Talofa Lava.  My name is Olivia Salanoa and I am a proud recipient of a Pacific Mental Health and Addiction Scholarship, which has supported me to the completion of my Bachelor...

Moana Pasefika

Guest blog from Epenesa Olo-Whanga The establishment of Moana Pasefika was initially supported by the Northern Region Support Services (NDSA) to provide support and advice to the Network North Coalition. This coalition was tasked with providing vital links to all...

#POLYFEST 2016

Le Va was out in full force again this year at #PolyFest16, with volunteers to help ignite our communities and create that change. It was also an opportunity to engage tens of thousands of Pasifika young people and raise awareness about the right information,...