With the MOU signed, the two organisations are now in discussion on providing joint opportunities for coaching workshops, integrated training and more.
In the partnership for sustainable development, it highlighted the importance of sports as an important role in the social, cultural and economic life of Pacific Island countries.
Vanuatu women's cricket captain Selina Solman has just returned to Port Vila from London after playing in a special T20 cricket match, which she said was the highlight of her career so far.
A Port Vila Youth development officer says there are a lot of youngsters in local neighbourhoods that have a lot of potential to become future champion players.
The Thrifty Auto Centre Mini World Cup 2018 is a special five week community tournament for Port Vila children, running in parallel to the FIFA World Cup.
TVL reached the grand final undefeated and opted to bat after they won the toss and left 2017 runner up, Air Vanuatu, to bowl first.
The para-athletes organisation has no core funding and they have raised some money and received funding but is not enough to sustain their activities.
The consultation held at Korman brought together different stakeholders to discuss inclusions to a new Sports Development Policy.
This program is part of the VCA’s outreach program and it was funded by the Australian Government through the Pacific Sports Partnership (PSP) program.
The Women’s Island Cricket program targets women in communities and provides them with an option to improve their fitness and health through playing Island Cricket.