Our Projects

Effective Governance

Inclusive Growth

  • Markets for Change Project

    The Markets for Change - Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu Project is a six year initiative aimed at ensuring that marketplaces in rural and urban areas in Fiji, Solomon Islands and Vanuatu are safe, inclusive and non-discriminatory environments, promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment.

  • Engaging Youth in Fiji and Vanuatu in Organic Farming: A Farm to Table Chain Approach

    The project is responding to the requests from the Governments of Fiji and Vanuatu to assist in their ongoing efforts to address youth unemployment by assisting youth to develop the knowledge and skills needed to enter the labour market, and to provide supporting services needed to secure decent work opportunities in either wage/self-employment.

  • Enhancing Livelihood Recovery through Food Security in the Aftermath of Natural Disasters in Fiji

    The agriculture sector has experienced massive financial losses due to floods and cyclones over the past 5 years (dating back to 2008). Based on current prices, the Fiji Bureau of Statistics estimates a 27% decline in total agriculture output from 2007 till 2010. With the sector showing signs of recovery through increase in overall output in 2011, it was dealt a severe blow in 2012.

Resilience and Sustainable Development

  • Pacific Risk Resilience Programme

    Pacific Island countries are highly vulnerable to natural hazards such as cyclones, earthquakes, volcanoes, droughts and floods, as well as to the negative effects of climate change. Approaches to disaster risk management and climate change adaptation are largely focused at regional and national level policy and planning. Community activities are often not connected to government structures and processes.

  • Fiji Hydrocholorofluorocarbon Phase-out Management Plan

    Implementation of the project will assist Government of Fiji in reducing their HCFC consumption from its baseline level of 8.44 ODP tons by 2013 to 5.49 ODP tons by 2020 in line the schedule specified in the HPMP Agreement of Fiji.

  • Fiji Renewable Energy Power Project

    This Fiji Renewable Energy Power Project (FREPP) focuses on the removal of barriers (policy, regulatory, market, finance, and technical) to the wide-scale use of RE resources for grid-connected power generation in Fiji.

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