House Of Sarah is an initiative of the Association of Anglican Women (AAW), launched in 2009. HoS is managed by a dedicated team of volunteers committed to promoting equal and respectful relationships and supporting women throughout the Pacific. The organization’s mission is to provide a listening ear, a warm heart and a welcoming hand to those women who are facing violence through the provision of counselling, support services and education, networking, partnerships, and referrals. The organisation works with women, youth, male clergy and laypersons across Anglican parishes in Fiji.

The leaders of the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga spoke out publicly against gender – based violence. This was historic occasion since it is the first time that faith leaders spoke publicly on the tv station.
The campaign was the result of partnership between the House of Sarah, Pacific Conference of Churches and supported by the UN Women Fiji Multi – Country Office and the Pacific Partnership to End Violence against Women and Girls.
The Tongan Faith Leaders video marked International Women’s Day 2020.
Full video campaign of Fijian Faith Leaders saying “No” to Rape and “No” to Violence Against Women and Children With thanks to the House of Sarah, Supported by UN Women, Australian Aid and the European Union.

The leaders of the Roman Catholic, Anglican and Free Wesleyan Church of Tonga spoke out publicly against gender – based violence. This was historic occasion since it is the first time that faith leaders spoke publicly on the tv station.
The campaign was the result of partnership between the House of Sarah, Pacific Conference of Churches and supported by the UN Women Fiji Multi – Country Office and the Pacific Partnership to End Violence against Women and Girls.
The Tongan Faith Leaders video marked International Women’s Day 2020.