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Supported by Australian Aid, Netball Samoa teamed up with the university for a day combining sport and strategy for coping with, and avoiding, depress
Gymnastics is taking its first steps in the Pacific island nation of Fiji, with a fun and friendly format designed to lure locals.
Increasing influence and visibility of women in sport has the potential to bring about generational change in Pacific societies
Members of the Australian national women’s hockey team visited Solomon Islands to run hockey clinics at local schools in Honiara.
The Australian aid funded Pacific Sports Partnerships are fostering inclusion through netball.
As Fiji cleans up after the devastating Tropical Cyclone Winston, one Fijian man badly injured during a previous violent storm is providing hope.
The meteoric rise of women’s rugby has attracted fresh interest in the game, and for smaller countries like Solomon Islands, it’s an opportunity.
A concerted push is on in Tonga to introduce more people to swimming.With the highest drowning death rate in the Pacific, water safety is a top concer
Growing up on Fiji’s Coral Coast, Marica Vua had never seen the game of cricket. Now she is one of its stars.
Since kick off in April, Vanuatu has embraced AFL.
Sport for development continues to help people and communities learn important life skills including leadership, teamwork and discipline.
Basketball Plus has changed the way many Fijian’s think about their diet and exercise. Programs including Hoops 4 Health and Mum’s a Hero have increas
AFL may be Australia’s game, but in PNG young people are starting to adopt the sport and make it their own.
Tennis Australia recently ran a festival for school children in Shanghai to celebrate the success of the Australian Open Tennis in Schools pilot progr
Young women in Samoa are gaining netball coaching skills and confidence through an Australian funded training program.
The 2016 Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne recently played host to a trackside Sports Diplomacy Masterclass.
Australia has been recognised for its innovative sport for development program Just Play, winning a Foundation for Children Award.
Australia is working with nine sporting organisations to deliver rugby programs in Fiji, which are improving the health and wellbeing of children.
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