Projects

Alternative Forest Livelihoods

The Nakau Program is the first and only Pacific Islands regional 'Payment for Environmental Services' (PES) programme for rainforest & mangrove protection. The Pacific Islands are one of the world’s most vulnerable regions to natural disasters.

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Environmental Protection

Ankor Park Livelihood and Heritage

The Angkor Community Heritage & Economic Advancement (ACHA) project is a multi-year project funded by the New Zealand government to establish sustainable management of Angkor Park that protects the historical heritage of the religious monuments while providing economic prosperity and food sec

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Environmental Protection

Australian Humanitarian Partnership

The Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) is a new five-year (2017-2022), $50-million partnership between the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and Australian NGOs that aims to save lives, alleviate suffering and enhance human dignity during and in the aftermath of conflict, disa

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Be the Future

Strengthening Participation of Children in Peace Building in Small Island Nations with High Prevalence of Violence, Ethnic Discrimination and Tribal Conflict

In Western Pacific societies, discrimination against children restricts their opportunity to meaningfully engage and participate

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Human Rights & Freedoms

Building Grassroots Democracy and Resilience in Vulnerable Areas of Solomon Islands and PNG

Through support from the European Union Live & Learn offices in Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea and Fiji implemented a human-rights project to encourage young men and women to participate in the political environment.

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Human Rights & Freedoms

Community Resilience and Food Security

Kratie Province in Cambodia is prone to a range of natural resource challenges and impending impacts of climate change, yet its residents have low levels of knowledge regarding preparation and adaptation to these scenarios.

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Climate Change

Improving WASH in Solomon Islands

The Improving WASH (IWASH) project in the Solomon Islands began in October 2011 to address the urgent water supply and sanitation needs following a period of civil unrest and collapse of its National Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Program (RWSS).

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Water, Sanitation & Hygiene

Managing Fire to Conserve Biodiversity and Reduce Climate Vulnerability

This project is in the Gimalapira Conservation and Sustainable Resource Management area in central West New Britain, Papua New Guinea.

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Climate Change

Our Rights, Our Voice, Our Future

Supporting Human Rights & Social Participation of Women in Remote Communities in Fiji

This European Union funded project worked to support human rights and social participation for women in 31 rural and remote communities in Fiji.  The overall objective of the proje

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Human Rights & Freedoms

Pacific Risk Resilience Program: Fiji, Solomon Islands, Tonga and Vanuatu

The Pacific Islands are highly vulnerable to natural disasters and the risks posed by climate change because of their size, isolation and their narrow economic bases.

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