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Monday, February 22, 2021
Whether it is in our homes; communities; sports; places of work, learning, or worship - gender-based violence is always unacceptable - anywhere it occurs and in any form it takes.
Monday, February 22, 2021
There is widespread recognition that preventing violence against women and girls requires working with men and boys as allies, partners and activists. Today, the Regional Pacific Women’s Network Against Violence Against Women and UN Women Fiji Multi-Country Office (MCO), present a set of principles and best practices that allow for that while still ensuring accountability to Pacific women and girls.
Friday, February 19, 2021
[Press release] Photo courtesy of UNDP Solomon Islands/ Andrew Tahisi. Photo courtesy of UNDP Solomon Islands/ Andrew Tahisi. Solomon Islands, February 2021 – More than 100 landholding groups’ representatives including 60 women leaders from three provinces – Guadalcanal, Malaita and Western Provinces will participate in a series of consultation and awareness programs to learn how to make customary land available and accessible for the future...
Saturday, February 13, 2021
This is a series of articles from the Inclusive Governance of Natural Resources (IGNR) project in Solomon Islands, the heroines of which are local leaders who participated in the Traditional Governance and Facilitation Bill consultations organized by the IGNR project this year.
Friday, February 12, 2021
Partners of the Markets for Change (M4C) project in Vanuatu, including the Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Internal Affairs Hon. Maau’Koro Alatoi Ishmael Kalsakau joined Australia’s Deputy High Commissioner H.E Clemency Oliphant and other stakeholder representatives from the local governments, municipal councils, market vendor associations, and government departments for the M4C Phase II Design Validation Workshop on Monday.
Friday, February 12, 2021
The Hon. Premila Kumar, Minister for Local Government, H.E John Feakes, the Australian High Commissioner to Fiji and Sandra Bernklau, the Representative of UN Women joined other stakeholders from municipal councils and market vendor associations at a validation workshop to discuss plans for a second phase of the Markets for Change project for Fiji.
Thursday, February 4, 2021
The Ministry of Women, Children and Poverty Alleviation (MWCPA) held a high-level public event today to mark the launch of the national consultations across Fiji to produce a whole-of-government and whole-of-community, evidence-based, measurable, inclusive and funded five-year National Action Plan (2021-2026).
Tuesday, October 27, 2020
Thousands of market vendors across Fiji will be able to continue selling their produce while practicing social distancing to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmissions, with additional tents handed over to the Ministry of Local Government, Housing and Community Development today.
Monday, October 26, 2020
Understanding and mitigating challenges faced by persons with disabilities during disaster preparedness and response was the key focus of a workshop led by the Pacific Disability Forum (PDF) this week. The two-day workshop, which was organized in collaboration with the Pacific Humanitarian Protection Cluster (PHPC), aimed to strengthen the understanding and practice of disability inclusion in humanitarian preparedness and response amongst members of the Cluster.
Tuesday, October 20, 2020
Women market vendors trading at Vunisea Market on Kadavu celebrated for the first time, the International Day of Rural Women (IDRW). They were joined by H.E Jonathan Curr, the New Zealand High Commissioner to Fiji, whose Government’s commitment through the New Zealand-United Nations (UN) Partnership enabled the UN Women Markets for Change project to extend the project to Vunisea Market, Kadavu.