Developing and enhancing the quality of leaders in Fiji.

The Leadership Fiji initiative is aimed specifically at assisting our emerging leaders to cope with demands of the ever-changing world so that Fiji reaches its full potential in the widest sense. We are an independent, non-partisan, non-aligned entity. The Leadership Fiji Program allows members to explore their own values, philosophies, prejudices and beliefs through a variety of issues offered by the program; provides close interaction with Fiji Island leaders in fields such as the private sector, non-governmental organizations, government ministries, youth and faith based organizations.

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PRESS RELEASE: Montfort Boys Town gets new Tractor and Plough

“This is a dream come true for the Boys Town” said Monfort Boys Town Principal Brother Jim Madavana. “We desperately need a tractor and plough so we can develop our farm and meet the growing needs of our community”.

Brother Jim received the keys to the tractor from New Zealand High Commissioner Jonathan Curr at a small ceremony at the Car City Showroom in Nabua today. 

Leadership Fiji Community Funds inaugural Chairperson, Mr. Rajesh Patel (LF 2002) said that they set about raising funds for the tractor last year following a visit to Montfort Boys Town by participants in last year’s Leadership Fiji program.

“When talking to last year’s Leadership Fiji participants at their site visit of the Montfort Boys Town, Brother Jim 
highlighted the challenges of developing their farm, and the main one was the need for a tractor and ploughing equipment”, said Mr Patel.

“The LF Community Fund was recently established by Leadership Fiji as a means by which the Leadership Fiji Alumni can continue their service to Fiji.

We saw this as an excellent FIRST activity for the Fund”, added Mr Patel.

The LF Community Fund raised just under $40,000.00 thanks to donations from a number of individual donors and organisations.

We would especially like to thank the New Zealand High Commission who donated $9,800.00 to the project. 

Special thanks also go to Car City, the Fiji Times and Fiji Sixes, Young and Associates, Tara & Hari Punja Foundation and other private donors who contributed the balance of the funds.

Pictured (L-R): Ritesh Ratiram LF2017 & LF Community Fund Committee Member, Sharyne Fong LF2005 & LF Executive Director, H.E New Zealand High Commissioner Mr Jonathan Curr, Brother Jim Madhavan Principal Montfort Boys Town and William Parkinson Chairperson Leadership Fiji.

PRESS RELEASE: Montfort Boys Town gets new Tractor and Plough

“This is a dream come true for the Boys Town” said Monfort Boys Town Principal Brother Jim Madavana. “We desperately need a tractor and plough so we can develop our farm and meet the growing needs of our community”.

Brother Jim received the keys to the tractor from New Zealand High Commissioner Jonathan Curr at a small ceremony at the Car City Showroom in Nabua today.

Leadership Fiji Community Fund's inaugural Chairperson, Mr. Rajesh Patel (LF 2002) said that they set about raising funds for the tractor last year following a visit to Montfort Boys Town by participants in last year’s Leadership Fiji program.

“When talking to last year’s Leadership Fiji participants at their site visit of the Montfort Boys Town, Brother Jim
highlighted the challenges of developing their farm, and the main one was the need for a tractor and ploughing equipment”, said Mr Patel.

“The LF Community Fund was recently established by Leadership Fiji as a means by which the Leadership Fiji Alumni can continue their service to Fiji.

We saw this as an excellent FIRST activity for the Fund”, added Mr Patel.

The LF Community Fund raised just under $40,000.00 thanks to donations from a number of individual donors and organisations.

We would especially like to thank the New Zealand High Commission who donated $9,800.00 to the project.

Special thanks also go to Car City, the Fiji Times and Fiji Sixes, Young and Associates, Tara & Hari Punja Foundation and other private donors who contributed the balance of the funds.

Pictured (L-R): Ritesh Ratiram LF2017 & LF Community Fund Committee Member, Sharyne Fong LF2005 & LF Executive Director, H.E New Zealand High Commissioner Mr Jonathan Curr, Brother Jim Madhavan Principal Montfort Boys Town and William Parkinson Chairperson Leadership Fiji.
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The Leadership Fiji 2019 participants concluded today's session based on Fiji's History with a skype presention from Professor Jon Fraenkel, New Zealand.

Well done Leadership Fiji 2019!
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Leadership Fiji 2012 donated $1000.00 to Save the Children Fiji (SCF) to assist children in the Western Division who were affected by the floods.  As part of their community initiative under the leadership program, the group held a work-a-thon at the Nasese foreshore and part of the funds raised were donated to provide assistance towards the free lunch program coordinated by SCF.

For about a month of ongoing preparation and maintenance, LF2012 successfully completed the renovation needs for the St John’s Associations Training room as part of their community work during the year.  They revamped the training room by painting, and providing plumbing works, new curtains, book shelves, noticeboards, and whiteboards. This project allowed the revamp of facilities that provides first aid training and services to thousands of citizens from all walks of life since its inception.

On 28 January 2010, AusAID presented a new vehicle to the Ministry of Health’s Community Mental Health Outreach Program for use in the Community Mental Health Outreach program at St. Giles Hospital. The vehicle helped the outreach program in its efforts to assist people living with mental health issues and to increase greater community understanding and acceptance of people living with mental illness.

Frank Hilton inspired the group when he spoke to them at a Poverty Session in 2005 and when asked the question “if there was one thing you would want to do, what would it be?” His response was “there was an urgent need to implement an early intervention training program of families and caregivers of children with disabilities”.

assistance with photos and info., bring book to selected schools in Fiji

Distributed over 140 boxes or about 7000 donated library books to Serua Island, Burebasaga District School, Lami Primary School, Lami High School, Sawani Primary School (first books for their new library), Ratu Ravuama Primary School, Namataku District School, Vatumali, Women’s Prison – prompted the setup of a small library corner for inmates.

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