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Supporting Pasifika families and communities to reach their full potential.
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Le Va 2h
“A malu i fale, e malu i fafo” which can translate to “Protection for families, protection for all”. We provide safety and protection for ourselves and others in the world - but safety, protection and healthy relationships should always start in the home. 🇼🇸❤️
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Le Va 2h
Happy Samoan Language Week 🇼🇸 Let's start with a basic greeting! "TAEAO MANUIA" means "GOOD MORNING" ☺️
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Le Va 21h
Replying to @LeVaPasifika
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Le Va 21h
Happy Samoan Language Week! We can incorporate Samoan words in our everyday speech. Here is one of our Atu-Mai champions Patrick Alesana sharing a phrase to know when you're visiting a Samoan household!
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Le Va 21h
Happy Samoan language week! 🇼🇸
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Le Va 21h
Happy Samoan language week. Family is one of the most important values within Samoan culture. To know you have a genealogy & belong to a family & a village is to know that they in turn, belong to you also.
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Le Va May 18
If you, or someone you know is in an unhealthy or abusive relationship Reach Out for support at the numbers below. There is no shame in asking for help - we all need assistance from others at some point.
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Le Va May 17
Resiliency is in our DNA! Check out our free ‘I AM Pasifika’ module at to strengthen your self-worth through culture.
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Le Va May 17
Do you know what makes up a healthy relationship? Check out our short explainer video made with young people, for young people. For more amazing videos like this check out
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Le Va May 14
Check out this amazing rap created by the talented Titiana Tulua which summarizes her hopes for the Pacific and follow 4TK on Facebook and instagram!
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Le Va May 12
Its this week! And we decided to touch base with two unsung youth stars in our community! We interviewed Ivan Chung Kwan and Tuluvao Claudia Futi, who are the UoA. PILSA (Pacific Island Law Student Association) Presidents. See FB for the full interview ☺️
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Le Va May 12
Welcome to our 4 new staff! Luseane Valu & John Paul-Foliaki who are supporting our new youth strategy. Tiana Watkins the new lead of the national suicide program LifeKeepers & Senior clinical psychologist Dr Max Maiava. Subscribe to our newsletter:
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Le Va May 12
There’s a source of power in your DNA Use your culture, don’t lose your culture! Culture gives us a sense of belonging, pride and identity. ☺️ Check out Le Va’s Top 5 Tactics for better wellbeing on
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Le Va May 12
Check out our factsheet to guide you through the transition between levels.
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Le Va May 12
Check out Le Va's snapshot of cultural, mental health and addiction issues for Pasifika young people based on UoA's youth series.
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Le Va May 11
Noa'ia (hello) whānau! As you may already know it's Rotuman Language Week 🙂 check out this cool video put together by some of our Rotuman brothers and sisters from all of Aotearoa, showcasing their pride for their culture
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Le Va May 11
It's ROTUMAN LANGUAGE WEEK & we want to continue to support Pasifika families & communities to unleash their full potential by maintaining respectful relationships as we navigate through the alert levels.
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Le Va May 10
In 2016, after 9 months of co-designing with Pasifika young people, Le Va launched our Pasifika Youth Participation Guide. This week we bring it to life celebrating how we strive to engage with our youth. + leads to
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Le Va May 9
Join with us as we celebrate and promote the creative ingenuity of our youth throughout the next few days and how our team plan to strengthen & support Pasifika young people by amplifying their voices throughout 2020 and beyond.
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Le Va May 8
The Howling family spent their afternoon creating a Pasifika inspired piece of art with their daughters name on it. ⁣ When you decide to take a break & have fun, you decide to care for your family’s wellbeing
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