Live & Learn Fiji Responds to the COVID-19 Crisis
The impact of Fiji’s recent COVID-19 outbreak has shocked the Pacific community. Over 39,770 Fijians are currently infected with the virus.
Solomon Islands school funds their own WASH program
Access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) are essential in schools to provide children with a clean and comfortable learning environment and teach them how to live healthy, happy adult lives.
Papua New Guinea Prepares for Drought Season
Every year droughts have a significant effect on communities in Papua New Guinea. In rural communities that rely on farming, affected crops can lead to food shortages and insecurity.
Menstrual Health Day – It’s Time For Action
The theme for Menstrual Heath Day 2021 is It’s Time for Action. Nobody understands this more than Mary Elizabeth Ramosaea.
COVID-19 provides new opportunities for women in rural PNG
Live & Learn is sharing stories of female empowerment under the International Women’s Day theme of #ChooseToChallenge.
Schools in Papua New Guinea Promote Hand Hygiene for All
In Papua New Guinea Global Handwashing Day (15th October) 2020 was celebrated through a series of activities at a host school in Kavieng. The day started with a parade through Kavieng Town accompanied by a police escort.
No longer a pipe dream
Emeline is one of four apprentice students working with Live & Learn Tonga on the Australian government funded Tonga Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Recovery and Resilience project. As part of World Toilet Day 2020, Live & Learn applauds Emeline and her progress and professional development. Flood, drought and rising sea levels threaten sanitation systems Everyone must have sustainable sanitation that can withstand climate change and keep communities healthy and functioning.
Global Handwashing Day 2020 in West Guadalcanal Schools
Global Handwashing day 2020 was celebrated by students and staff in in 8 partner schools in West Guadalcanal Province, Solomon Islands. Because of COVID-19 safety practices, the activities were designed to reduces the overcrowding of students. Each school set up 5 different information stations that students visited in small groups