Addington Samoan Seventh-day Adventist Church has become the first Pacific church in New Zealand to complete the Complete Health Improvement Program.
The initiative was promoted by the ambassadors of the 10,000 Toes Campaign of the Nadi English Adventist Church and met a great need in the community.
“HEAL” (Heal in Every Aspect of Life) will roll-out across Fiji, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu, Kiribati and Tonga on November 23.
Enid completed the 14km walk in just under 3 hours and 30 minutes, and was joined by 13 family members who also walked on the day.
How can one union health director support churches and schools across a large territory? New Zealand has the answer.
Thirty church members from across Samoa recently received CHIP training to help improve the health of their local communities.
CHIP facilitators are being trained throughout the Pacific to help combat a pandemic of lifestyle disease.
Seventh-day Adventist health leaders in Fiji are partnering with the government to tackle one of Fiji’s biggest problems: lifestyle disease.
The 10,000 Toes tally has hit $200,000 thanks to generous support.
More than 50 people, the majority of them non-Adventist, recently graduated from CHIP programs across Fiji.