Mahatma Gandhi is often credited with saying ‘Be the change you wish to see in the world.’
While Joseph Work may not be fighting for the independence of his country, he took those words to heart!
Witnessing the drastic effects of the global pandemic in his community of Kulukulu on Fiji’s famed Coral Coast, Joseph decided to take the first step in “being the change” by joining First Responders as a volunteer.
This is the story of Joseph Work.
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The Cleaning Wizards is so much more than a catchy name for a business.
The group made up of mostly high school dropouts, unemployed youths, and reformed criminals was formed under the leadership of Peni Moi – a young man driven by the desire to disrupt how society views his peers.
To make changes in the future, you have to change people now, says Peni, who hails from Ravitaki in Kadavu.
Determined to eradicate unemployment in their community, Peni and The Cleaning Wizards are changing public opinion, one yard at a time.
This is the story of Peni Moi.
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As COVID-19 continues to ravage through Fiji, the tourism industry is arguably its worst-affected victim.
Leaving thousands of now unemployed in its wake, the pandemic has been especially tough on those from Western Viti Levu.
Not one to take it lying down, Wame Gavidi and a host of proud sons and daughters of the province of Nadroga have decided to use their social media influence to help their struggling countrymen in whatever way they can.
This is the story of the Hakwa Gang.
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If you’re looking for inspiration to get your backyard garden off the ground, then look no further. Neha Nitika Chand has been using her green thumb to change the pandemic narrative in her community. Offering advice to anyone looking to do the same, Neha says: “Start small and gradually build up.”
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Suzanne Turaganiwai has had a lifelong love for the ocean, ever since she first watched Disney’s The Little Mermaid as a girl. Neither time nor tide have changed that. Combining her passion for the arts with her background in Marine Science, she has turned to artivism in her free time to highlight the issue of marine plastic pollution in Suva, Fiji. And if, like us, you’re wondering what exactly artivism is, we’ll let Suzanne explain.
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