WHAT WE DO

Established in 1997 as Family Life Education Pasefika (FLEP), we are a charitable trust that aims to support Pasefika communities with sexual and reproductive health needs. We do this by health promotion and ensuring we work across the five streams of the Ottawa Charter:

  • Develop personal skills
  • Reorient health services
  • Strengthen community action
  • Create supportive environments
  • Build healthy public poilicy

 

 

OUR APPROACH

 

The Village Collective is grounded in:

  • families – acknowledging the role that families play in building and nurturing young Pasefika peoples
  • cultural values – connecting the values that Pasefika people are raised with the way we deliver and engage with Pasefika communities
  • evidence – ensuring our work is evidence based and informed as well as always working to demonstrate the impact of our work
  • being relevant – understanding our audience and ensuring that we deliver age, gender and culturally relevant programmes
  • collaboration – valuing the role and contribution of other people, communities and organisations working to support Pasefika peoples.

 

 

OUR WORK

Our programmes are tailored and packaged for the following audiences: