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Fijians affected by tourism job losses recover from pandemic

Meresiana Salauca of Naidi village in Savusavu, Fiji, was one of the unfortunate workers laid off from one of the resorts on the island - as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, which hit Fiji with its…  


Fast Facts: Vanuatu Electoral Environment Project Phase II

Vanuatu gained independence on 30 July 1980 and adopted a Westminster style parliamentary political system. Since then, the country has organized parliamentary elections regularly using a mixture of…  


Bolstering ‘REACH Tonga’ to deliver crucial services to its citizens

Personal Protective Equipment for COVID-19 and disaster supplies have been shipped to Tonga by UNDP through the Rights, Empowerment and Cohesion (REACH) for Rural and Urban Fijians & Tongans Project.  


Fiji’s market vendor farmers assisted during pandemic restrictions

The high cost of transportation for market vendors from their farms to municipal markets is an ongoing challenge. This worsened during the pandemic due to the lockdowns when travel restrictions were…  


Enabling people to get on track for recovery

Aminiasi Navukura is a happy man, thanks to a community visit to his village recently. He almost lost his eyesight after noticing that the condition of his right eye was deteriorating but he was…  


The Pacific Youth Summit: The values of integrity for the achievement of Sustainable Development

Around 5,000 youths, professionals and anti-corruption practitioners from across the Pacific converged to commemorate International Anti-Corruption Day (9 December) with the 2021 theme, “Your right,…  


Handing over of online training equipment for market vendor farmers

Bula Vinaka and a very good morning to you all. It is an honor and a privilege to be part of this important event. The hand-over of equipment to support online learnings or trainings for urban and…  


Farmers to benefit from online training equipment

The UN Development Programme handed over training equipment to the Fijian Government through the Ministry of Local Government in Suva today.  


Respond, innovate & leave no one behind to 'Orange the World'

The 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence is an international campaign that takes place each year. It commences on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence…  


Part 2: Bridging digital divide key to unlocking Pacific potential

This week’s article looks at the benefits of fostering inclusive digital economies for everyday Solomon Islanders and the wider Pacific region, citing the YouSave LoMobile micro-pension product as a…  

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