Vanuatu Family Health Association signs MOU with Vanuatu Netball

From left;VFHA Executive Director Danstan Tate, VNA president Kathie Simon and NetGO Vanuatu coordinator Virginia Taravaki

Vanuatu Family Health Association signed a Memorandum Of Understanding with NetGo Vanuatu yesterday.

The agreement will see the two parties working together i bringing health awareness and services to door steps.

NetGo country coordinator Virginia Taravaki believes the partnership will be an exciting venture for the sport.

“ We are so happy with this partnership, it’s very exciting. This NetGo programme is about reaching out to the community through netball.

“ We are so blessed to be part of this partnership,” Taravaki said.

VFHA Executive Director Danstan Tate reminded VNA that they are also part of the family health association.

VNA joined the Netgo programme in February this year with its inception to develop netball from grass-root level.

Vanuatu is one of the Pacific countries being part of the programme through Netball New Zealand and the Pacific Sporting Partnership through New Zealand’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

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