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Live & Learn has a long history of publishing useful and practical tools for community development and environmental education. Our approach to developing manuals and guides is always focused on the learner, finding multiple ways to share information and values that are easy to understand and share.

We also share our published research to contribute to the wider public knowledge of the perceptions and priorities of the rural and urban communities we work with. Our training publications have been designed so that they photocopy well in black and white, to enable easier accessibility in places with limited access to colour printing facilities.

Live & Learn currently provides free access to our resource library, but requests that you discuss any reprinting or translation requests for these resources with us. We also encourage you to make a donation to Live & Learn for any resource that you find helpful in your work or in your organisation.
 

Invasive Species in Vanuatu

How can we control the spread of invasive species in Vanuatu?

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Environmental Protection
Manuals
Vanuatu

Kilaa Kudey Story

Why is it important to stay clean and be hygienic?

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Water, Sanitation & Hygiene
Visual Aids
Maldives

Krab kokonas

How can we protect coconut crabs?

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Environmental Protection
Visual Aids
Vanuatu

Leadership Manual: Protecting food security through adaptation

How can community leaders strengthen food security?

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Climate Change
Manuals

Learning Circle Facilitator Manual

How is population growth a threat to sustainable livelihoods and environmental health?

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Manuals
Solomon Islands

Learning Circles Guide

Want to use learning circles to facilitate community learning and decision making on water issues?

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Environmental Protection
Manuals
Fiji

Living With Volcanoes

In what ways can communities be prepared for volcanic eruptions?

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Manuals
Vanuatu

Local Voices of Resilience - Tuvalu Food Security RAP

This Rapid Assessment of Perceptions (RAP) report presents the perceptions of eight island communities of Tuvalu towards their capacity to review local food resources through the uptake of adaptive and appropriate food producing techniques to increase their resilience to climate change and consumption of local foods.

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Reports
Fiji, Tuvalu

Madi Kilambu - A Rapid Assessment of Perceptions: Part 1

How can communities prepare for climate change?

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Reports
Maldives

Madi Kilambu - A Rapid Assessment of Perceptions: Part 2

How might we understand the gendered dimensions of local environmental issues?

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Reports
Maldives