• Reduced Pacific Island and Maori youth crimes
  • Bridged the gap between Police, schools and Pacific Island communities
  • Increased participation of Pacific Island young people in leadership roles and education academic awards
  • Lead and support of bridging gap between Pacific Island young people and tertiary institutions
  • Responded to community issues e.g. community harmony
  • Over the years we have been consulted by numerous University PHD students such Queensland University of Technology, University of Queensland and Griffith University. An example of is, is the Australian Association Advancement of Pacific (AAAP) National Report 2009, “As ‘Spark It Up!’ has proven, the best way to involve communities, universities, and schools in outreach and student mentoring programs is through strengthening relationships and working collaboratively.” (Qld University Technology Australian Association Advancement of Pacific National Report 2009, pp 27)