Our Stories

  • Assisting communities to become self-reliant and resilient Assisting communities to become self-reliant and resilient“While the rest of Nadi experienced two floods, our community experienced three as we are the lowest lying in the Nadi delta. The whole community was under water.”

  • Assisting recovery by improving food securityAssisting recovery by improving food security“We are farmers. We clear the land and plant again when heavy rain knocks down our crops and vegetables. But it is more difficult now to manage it because rains are unpredictable and heavier.”

  • Chemical free farming paves the way to sustainability in Fiji Chemical free farming paves the way to sustainability in FijiFive years ago farmers would have laughed had anyone said that farming without the use of chemicals was profitable. Now, many farmers on the island of Taveuni in Fiji are convinced it is possible to grow crops without chemical input, get good yields and earn a sustainable income.

  • Communities and tourism operators key to survival of threatened turtle species Communities and tourism operators key to survival of threatened turtle speciesThe Mamanuca Islands located just off the West coast of Fiji is home to a variety of marine life including four of the seven species of sea turtles that exist in the world.

  • Life changing water pipes Life changing water pipesEkipe village has gone through a great change in the last year, as a Global Environment Facility's Small Grant Programme project implemented by the United Nations Development Progrmamme (UNDP), has helped the village install running water.

  • Nahue - preserving local tradition"Without the mangroves we cannot produce salt,” says 72 year old Tai Butani. She is the only person left in the Tikina Wai region who knows how to produce salt by using salt pounds in a way that has been in the village tradition for generations.

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