"When an indigenous Fijian Valenikuro nei Buqu is 'Vakaisulu '-clothed/dressed,it means that it embodies our indigenous Fijian methodology .E maroroya na bula vakaivakarau, kei na kena matanataki." Qasenivuli Filipe Qio @ Vaka Pasifiki 2018.
The Institute of Indigenous Studies Lololo Ni Vanua. The Lololo ni Vanua was established in 2009. Primarily, the aim is to promote and protect the teaching and transmission of knowledge, culture, language and values of Indigenous Fijians and Rotumans. The institute is made of prominent indigenous ...
Ratu Semi Seruvakula (RIP)'s poem highlights the importance of the indigenous Fijian values through an act of respect & humility when a youngster meets an elder on the roadside.
Adi Paterisia Vonokula ( RIP)'s poem discusses the significant representation of the Tabua( tooth of a sperm whale) on the indigenous Fijian culture.
Liga ni Magiti -the multidimensional facets of an indigenous Fijian women knowledge, strength and wisdom through traditional medicine, crafts, cooking & food gathering, childcare & birth, and supporting the Turaga( man ) in our Vanua( land).
Na Vuku ni Vanua( Wisdom of the Land) available at the Institute of Indigenous Studies-Lololo ni Vanua @ FTA Knollys Street, Suva @ Fj $20.00 email: firstname.lastname@example.org phone:+679 331 0885
Indigenous Fijian Knowledge is a tangible heritage. And fundamental to the Values Education is the Vosavosa Vakaviti( metaphors).VosavakaViti should be taught throughout urban schools to empower indigenous Fijian students about the importance of their cultural values in society.
Vosa Vaka-Viti, our first language is part of our personal, social and cultural identity. The progress in acquiring English is closely linked to the level of one's first language. The first language is essential and a powerful tool in developing literacy. When you read regularly to children in their...
Vakaisulu- Indigenous Fijian Totem trees & Body Parts! In redesigning the Vosa VakaViti Curriculum, education for parents, guardians & caregivers should be made compulsory . Goal setting and reevaluating priorities should be discussed . Encouraging families to discuss & talk about body parts , healt...
We acknowledge and honour the contribution of our retired Fijian teachers. They were part of the original Bilibili & Cagidonu framework since Nasinu Teachers College.