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Why my work at UNDP is a passion. A personal story as a member of a traditional fisher tribe.

Confucius once said, “Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life”. I love and enjoy the work I do, especially since through our UN Development Programme projects, we…  


Climate action builds momentum in the Pacific amidst COVID-19

Many countries across the globe are beginning to resurface from lockdowns and strict social distancing measures, confronting the three-dimensional effects (social, economic, and environmental) of the…  


Life after Ambae volcanic eruption

Three years after the Manaro Voui crater volcanic eruption in Ambae, Vanuatu in 2017, some Ambae families are still displaced in nearby Santo and Maewo islands with very little to return to and…  


Connecting the dots to ensure access to justice and social protections in Fiji’s response to COVID19

As I drove up from the main corridor connecting Suva to it satellite town of Nasinu, the sun poked gently through deeply charcoaled clouds, creating just a little patch of blue sky while rain fell…  

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