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NZ PM Honorable Jacinda Arden with the villagers of Tamavua-I-wai.
27th February, 2020Press Release
FNU Proud partner of the RISE project

New Zealand Prime Minister RT Jacinda Ardern visited the Tamavua I Wai settlement in Suva yesterday which is a demonstration site for Revitalising Informal Settlements and Their Environment (RISE) programme. RISE is a research-based consortium of institutions, led by Monash University, working to introduce low-tech sanitation technology into informal settlements in Fiji. The Fiji National…Read More

CMNHS Associate Dean Research, Dr Donald Wilson.
26th February, 2020Press Release
FNU’s Medical College launches Research Strategic Plan

The Fiji National University’s (FNU) College of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences (CMNHS) launched a five-year strategic plan for the Fiji Institute of Pacific Health Research (FIPHR) today. The plan is an effort to generate various health evidence for Fiji and Pacific Island nations and consequently, develop healthier communities. While launching the Strategic Plan at…Read More

Newly opened Disability centre at FNU.
25th February, 2020Press Release
FNU establishes a new centre for students with disabilities

“Access to education is a human right and, under the Fijian Constitution, it is an offence to deny someone this right on the grounds of disability.” Fiji National University (FNU) Vice-Chancellor Professor Nigel Healey made these comments while opening the newly established disability centre at the Nasinu Campus. The designed-for-purpose-facility will facilitate access and inclusion…Read More

Dr Donald Wilson (standing front-3rd right) with participants of the WISH mid-term review workshop.
24th February, 2020Press Release
FNU partners in WISH project to improve outbreak response

Fiji National University (FNU) in collaboration with the University of Sydney, Edith Cowan University, Ministry of Health and Medical Services Fiji, Wildlife Conservation Society and the World Health Organization (WHO) participated in a week-long mid-term review workshop for the Watershed Interventions for Systems Health (WISH) project in Pacific Harbour. WISH is a three-year project that…Read More

Deepshay Roy.
19th February, 2020Press Release
The Mechanical Apprentice’s Journey to Success

Deepshay Roy’s favourite pastime while growing up was running an imaginary car repair centre complete with toy cars and pretend customers. His interest in the field had originated from watching his father and grandfather, both of whom were mechanics. So, it came as no surprise to his parents when he decided to pursue a career…Read More