The ‘Integrated WASH resilience and disaster preparedness in remote atoll schools and communities’ project will run for three years from 2023 to 2026 and will target 45 communities. This project has been made possible with funding support from USAID via the Pacific American Fund.Read More
Coordinated water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) planning, particularly at provincial and community levels, is key to empowering climate change-vulnerable communities.Read More
Live & Learn created a series of COVID-19 awareness posters as part of the wider WASH Awareness Program. These posters promoted COVID-19 awareness and safety and featured 6 different designs. Basic hygiene messages were included as well as information suited to the local context.Read More
Posters and stickers with a focus on handwashing and good hygiene have been created for schools and communities in Papua New Guinea. These resources promote keeping your toilet clean and correctly washing your hands with soap and water.Read More
A majority of people in Papua New Guinea live in rural areas, relying on local community markets to purchase food and make a living. In order to improve the hygiene of such marketplaces Live & Learn created a series of posters and matching stickers.Read More
This resource identifies ways that key actors, such as civil society organisations and governments, can better support communities to manage their water systems.Read More
Live & Learn’s response to the COVID-19 crisis has been a natural extension of our strong history of implementing water, sanitation and hygiene projects across the Pacific. Live & Learn has worked alongside communities that have been affected by the pandemic, supporting and expanding national health efforts in
the response to COVID-19.