Be Aware Of Your Role Says Badminton Be aware of your role as an athlete says Fiji Badminton Development Officer Ahmad Ali after FASANOC's Voices of the Athletes Programme advocated on social issues during ...
We Want Our Athletes To Be Champions In Life Says Cricket Manager Athletes are not only sportspeople but also role models and champions to their team mates, families, communities and to the country said Team Fiji Cricket manager Sevu B...
Know The Issues And Act Says Mere It is important for people to understand that social issues like Non-Communicable Diseases and keeping the environment clean will benefit our children and their children...
Never Stop Learning Says Senijeli We should never stop learning was the word from Senijeli Marama after FASANOC's Voices of the Athletes champions paid a visit to her village of Nadali in Tailevu.

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FASANOC VOA & Inclusive Cricket Programme Visits Schools

Friendship, Excellence and Respect are the values on which the Olympic Games prides itself on, and students with Special Needs at Arya Samaj Primary School learned about the importance of those values earlier this week.

VOA Champion Tessa To Serve As Change-Maker

FASANOC Voices of the Athletes Champion Tessa Harman was announced by the International Olympic Committee as one of 82 young people who will serve as Young Change-Makers for the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires in Argentina in October, 2018.

FASANOC VOA Champions School Visitations

More than 100 children from four different schools have enjoyed various sessions on Olympic Values and social issues advocated by FASANOC's Voices of the Athlete's Champions.

VOA Outreach At Rewasa Village, Ra

FASANOC's Voices of the Athletes Champions Programme was invited to be a Fiji National Sports Commission workshop in Rewasa Village in the province of Ra last month.

FASANOC VOA Champions At Coca Cola Games

FASANOC's Voices of the Athletes Champions, Drug Free Fiji and Department of Social Welfare combined resources to advocate to more than 350 student athletes at the annual Coca Cola Games.

VOA Champions Play Their Part In Clean Up Campaign

FASANOC Voices of the Athletes Champions part of a Clean Up Campaign recently to help raise funds as part of its final preparation towards this year's 2018 Commonwealth Games.

VOA Helps Out With 2018 Commonwealth Preparations

With the 2018 Commonwealth Games just days away, FASANOC’s Voices of the Athletes (VOA) Champions have been advocating on issues important for participating athletes to know and understand before they depart for the Commonwealth Games at the Gold Coast in Australia next month.

FASANOC VOA Champs Advocate At Youth League

FASANOC’s Voices of the Athletes (VOA) were part of the Vodafone Youth League which was launched at the Fiji Football Association headquarters in Suva today.

Spend More Time With Family Says Ledua

Spending time with the family should be the main priority for a father and mother said Samisoni Ledua during the Ministry of Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation awareness programme on Child Abuse and Child Neglect at the Kalabu Village Hall on Tuesday 15th, November, 2017.

VOA Champions Help Create Awareness In Nasinu

The Ministry of Social Welfare, Women and Poverty Alleviation, Education Ministry's National Substance Abuse Advisory Council and FASANOC Voices of the Athlete Champions began a one week awareness programme that started at the Nadawa Methodist Hall on Monday 13th November, 2017.

Matelita Undergoes Leadership Training

Voices of the Athletes Sports Training and Outreach Programme (STOP) Champion and Team Fiji Football Women's representative Matelita Vuakoso is part of a three member Fiji delegation that will undergo a Young Leaders Training Programme in Japan for two weeks.

VOA Champions Take Olympic Values To Schools

Voices Of The Athletes Champions paid a visit to close to 600 students from Vunimono Arya Primary School and Vunimono High School this week to share the Olympic Values with students.

All The Best Celeste

Whether it was lifting boxes, helping to train national federation officials or encouraging people to get involved in certain activities, volunteers are the foundation of what is FASANOC.

Being A Champion For Her Family

Playing cricket requires patience and an understanding of a sport that was played by gentlemen, which is why Silipa Raratabu relishes the challenges of the sport.

STOP Targets Cricket

Sports Training and Outreach Programme champions Silipa Raratabu and Joana Lesianawai used the Easter Cricket tournament that was held at Albert Park to advocate on healthy living and a drug free sporting life.

STOP Advocates At Oceania Table Tennis Championship

FASANOC's Sports Training and Outreach Programme Champions showed commitment to advocacy during the four day ITTF Oceania Championship held at the Vodafone Arena in Suva over the Easter weekend.

STOP Awareness in Navakai & Ba

FASANOC's Sports, Training and Outreach Programme (STOP) Champions continued to advocate against Non-Communicable Diseases, HIV/AIDS and its Play True programme.

Shooter Quintyn Encourages Through Positivity

The competitive sport of shooting is not one you would associate with healthy living but 2017 Sports and Training Outreach Champion Quintyn Stephen is hoping to change that.

STOP Champion Mere Faces Challenges Head-On

Although Table Tennis rep Mere Roden is a Paralympian she still faces daily challenges because of her disability and the lack of appropriate infrastructure for wheelchair users.

Jone Fights Depression Through Sports

A severe accident left Jone Bogidrau an amputee and suffering from a self-doubt which swiftly turned to depression for over five years but sports bought about a new outlook on life.

Being A Sports Ambassador Makes Polly Proud

Being able to represent the country overseas has been a privilege and honour that Apolonia Vaivai always looks forward to.

STOP Champions Advocate To More Than 600 Athletes

Being able to play a part in the fight against HIV/AIDS and NCD's is what has motivated FASANOC's STOP Champions every time they go on an outreach.
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