Genda Disrupt is a live talk platfrom for community-based and industry specific talks, discussions and debates.
As part of The Genda Project, Genda Disrupt is space for communities and industries to share knowledge and information and discuss innovative Fijian ideas to empower change.
Venture. Discover. Connect.
Genda Disrupt strives to connect Fijian audiences to local subjects and issues within specific communities and corporate industries. By inviting keynote speakers to share their knowledge and ideas and by hosting discussions & debates on our platform, we hope to disrupt and empower Fijians to view things from a different perspective, question standards, learn new things, be informed, grow and make better choices.
We believe enabling access to information and sharing new, innovative ideas has the power to change people’s lives; their thinking, their attitudes and their contribution to the wider community. Through Genda Disrupt we hope to spark conversations that matter and ultimately a more conscious thinking society.
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Farmpreneur, Livai Tora talks about diversifying land use to other alternates from the traditional sugarcane farming in Fiji. At Genda Connections Nadi / Genda Business, Livai shares his journey of converting his inherited sugarcane fields to a thriving agro-tourism business today.
Owner of Aviva Farms in the Sabeto Valley in Nadi, Livai talks about the struggles, trial & errors and capitalising on opportunities to make his dream come true and establish a successful business using his inherited land. He encourages itaukei landowners to connect back to their lands and to value their inheritance.
Watch this brave young woman tell her story at Genda Connections Suva. Human Rights Advocate and Researcher, Monica Waqanisau talks about Identity. Monica shares her story of being diagnosed with a skin condition called Vitiligo and her journey dealing with the symptoms and physical changes from the rare condition. She talks about the emotional struggles, the questions, acceptance and finally owning the condition as part of her self and finding her happiness in who she is as a person.
General Practitioner Dr. Zen Low, Founder of Zens Medical Centre in Fiji talks about the 'family' approach to practicing Family Medicine at his clinics. He shares his early life stories and the influences that have shaped his approach to medicine and what defines his happiness today.
In an honest and open talk at #GendaConnectionsNadi / #GendaBusiness, Dr. Low discusses the realities of medical practice and care in Fiji, and the personal and business choices he has made in his profession to serve his patients.
Watch Reverend James Bhagwan talk about our approaches and attitudes towards work in Fiji. What motivates him and something that he sees motivating fewer people every generation: work as a vocation — something that uses our talents and brings us great satisfaction, a calling. At Genda Connections Suva he talks about his own journey to finding his true self.