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The objectives of this workshop is to build up their capacity and to equip them to be able to implement the Just Play programme in each district.Ms Palu Úhatahi, Just Play Project Manager is thrilled that this workshop is…

International Women’s Day is a time to reflect on progress made, to call for change and to celebrate acts of courage and determination by ordinary women who have played an extraordinary role in the history of their countries and…

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Just Play is a sport for development with four objectives:1. To increase healthier lifestyle choices and to reduce the risk factors associated with NCDs2. To promote gender equality and change perceptions towards women and girls and to create opportunities…

Parents, fans and supporters were also vocal in cheering their children enjoying another amazing day and the sounds of cheers and laughter but more importantly the expression on the children’s faces make the competition live up to its name…

Just Play punch above weight

Just Play made the breakthrough two weeks ago after being adopted by Sia’atoutai Theological College to be the only sport discipline they will practice in their weekly exercise and sport day.“We tried various exercising activities but it’s not like…

The newly released timetable comprises three main agenda for every week, starting from this Saturday, August 4, until November 24, which is the Just Play day and the grand final day for the U8, U10 and U12 Just Play…

It marks the beginning of the new Ministry of Education’s strategies in partnership with various Sport Organisations, including Football to allow the young students to involve more in physical and sport activities.The move is a blessing for Tonga Football…

Just Play to visit schools

Since it’s launching in 2009, Just Play was basically focusing in communities and football clubs with minimum opportunities to visit schools. But the Ministry of Education has accepted new strategies for young children to be more involved in physical…