Every year approximately 100,000 Fijians encounter a legal problem and need access to mechanisms that lead to fair resolutions.
While women make up 50 percent of global population, they are still not able to take up their rightful place in national parliaments across the region to review and vote on national laws, development priorities and budget allocations.
Education of the deaf children is crucial to give them the ability to fulfill their full potential.
Traditional Fijian voyaging bridges ancestral wisdom and renewable energy, inspires youth and proves carbon-neutral travel is possible
It’s after 2 o’clock in the afternoon and a group of women from Etil (a village 20 minutes from Port Vila) gather around 54-year-old matriarch, Wakalani Alphonse.
The partnership sets the stage for stronger cooperation in accelerating progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals.
The fund will support the low-lying atoll nation adapt to increasing climate risks, particularly more frequent and extreme droughts which impact the country’s freshwater supply.

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9,937,200

Population

31.4

Poverty rate

$2678.2

GNI per capita

0.645

Human Dev. Index

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