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​The Volley4Change project is aimed at helping young people reduce their chances of developing any of the many NCDs by encouraging them to be more involved in playing Volleyball. Volley4Change is managed by the Vanuatu Volleyball Federation who’s activities supported by the Pacific Sports Partnerships (PSP) which is an Australian Government program funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade through Australia's aid program and managed by the Australian Sports Commission. Australian Volleyball Federation and the Oceania Zonal Volleyball Association are supported through PSP to build the capacity of volleyball federations in the Pacific to conduct quality sport for development program.


​​PARTICIPANTS FROM VANUATU INSTITUTE OF TEACHER EDUCATION (VITE)


P.E. Lecturer Dennison Tari (second right, back row), Sarai Stephens (last left, back row) from Volley4Change with the participants from Vanuatu Institute of Teacher Education (VITE) receiving their Starter Equipment kit.


​Coach Anna Bangalulu (center back row), Sarai Stephens from Volley4Change and some participants from Wan SmolBag with their equipment.


PARTICIPANTS FROM WAN SMOL BAG

CONDUCT QUALITY SPORT FOR DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM

 

Australian Volleyball Federation and the Oceania Zonal Volleyball Association are supported through PSP to build the capacity of volleyball Federations in the Pacific to conduct quality sport for development program.

ENCOURAGING YOUNG PEOPLE TO PLAY VOLLEYBALL


"Plei Volley blo stap helti mo fit oltaem" 

VOLLEY4CHANGE