Disagreements between students and teachers at school, issues between a couple or elderly family members, a neighbour in a wheelchair who cannot access certain places because of the staircase, etc. Do we view these as human rights issues?
Kiribati, a small island nation in the Western Pacific Ocean, has the unenviable recognition of having the highest incidence of Tuberculosis among its neighbouring Pacific island countries.
Mission 1.5 aims to give 20 million people around the world the opportunity to have their say on ways to limit climate change that they want to see adopted by government leaders.
Pacific Island countries are facing considerable development challenges due to the increasing impacts of climate change and extreme geo-hazard events. Development must be risk informed to reduce vulnerability to climate change and disasters in the region.
Tucked in a section of the small but industrious town of Ba, is Rarawai and at 9 a.m. every day, you will find Amit Raj Singh, recording weather readings from one of Fiji’s oldest and longest climate station.

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10.5 million

Total population

7.5%

Women in parliament

$2678.2

GNI per capita

0.645

Human Dev. Index

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