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12 December 2005
Volunteers march to promote MDG 8 in Fiji  
Suva, Fiji : International Volunteer Day (IVD) was celebrated at Ratu Sukuna Park on 5 December by hundreds of volunteers from around the country who marched through the capital city.  Read article
From: Fiji Times Online
More about: MDG 8
21 February 2005
Fiji Minister says volunteer service is affordable 
Suva: Establishing an emergency management volunteer service will not be costly for the government, says Fiji Home Affairs Minister Josefa Vosanibola.  Read article
From: Fiji Times Online
More about: Advocacy
08 December 2004
His work speaks for itself by Amelia Makutu
Mr Naicker is one of the many volunteers in Fiji who have over the years shared their time, resources and skills for the benefit of others without any expectation of financial gain. And the work they have done has created positive impact and results in the many societies in which they have worked.  Read article
From: Fiji Times Online
More about: Advocacy
03 December 2004
First volunteer awards mark IVD in Fiji 
Suva: Fiji held its first volunteer award to celebrate International Volunteer Day, 3 December in the capital Suva.  Read article
More about: Advocacy
01 December 2004
Volunteers to be awarded for their contribution in Fiji 
Suva: In Fiji the International Volunteer Day committee has planned a march, led by a brass band ending at the Sukuna Park where there will be speeches by the Lord Mayor of Suva and the United Nations Development Programme Resident Representative Peter Witham.  Read article
From: UN Volunteers Fiji
More about: Activism  Advocacy


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Hannah's vocation for deaf students 
Hannah, 18, volunteered to come all the way from London to Fiji and help teach the deaf students at Gospel.

She found out about Gospel School for the Deaf from one of the former directors of the school.

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Lending a hand in Fiji 
Beyond the beaches and luxury resorts is a side of Fiji few tourists know about - Homes of Hope, an organization dedicated to sheltering and protecting women (and their children) who have been forced into prostitution, sexually abused, trafficked and enslaved.   Visit site