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24 October 2015
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Humanitarian situations and fragile communities are going to increase, and in the Pacific region, this will be compounded by population movements as the tentacles of climate change reach into the... Read more
15 October 2015
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ADOLESCENTS are living the most critical phase of their lives, wrought with uncertainties brought on by rapid physical (biological) and emotional changes as they struggle to contextualise the... Read more
8 October 2015
News
As nations that greet the new day before any other region in the world, the Pacific collection are well-positioned to claim a lead role in the realisation of global strategy for women's, children's... Read more
1 October 2015
News
Every day, 800 women and 7700 newborns die from childbirth and pregnancy complications which are preventable; an alarming 7300 are simultaneously experiencing stillbirth - realities which should have... Read more
30 September 2015
News
SUVA, FIJI. 30 SEPTEMBER 2015 - Three Pacific Island countries using integrated approaches to health delivery for women, new-borns, children and adolescents will benefit from a nearly AU$7 million UN... Read more
25 September 2015
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Humanity will celebrate yet another milestone this week when the gavel signals consensus and adoption of the Transforming Our World: The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in two days, at the... Read more
4 September 2015
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AS an all-girls school from the Western Division, Jasper Williams High School ended the Fiji secondary schools basketball competition last week quite satisfied with an all-star selection, just two... Read more
27 August 2015
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The relocation of villages as rising sea levels spoil crops among other things, has begun for several countries across the region including Fiji. In Tuvalu, the devastation caused by Cyclone Pam in... Read more
20 August 2015
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A nursing graduate of 1968, Margaret Saul did not attain midwifery prerequisites until 1987: with good reason having to juggle a nursing career and family-- which involved raising eight children,... Read more
12 August 2015
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When Joe Kalo was the Vanuatu country officer for a United Nations Population Fund Adolescent Reproductive Health project 10 years ago, he had to learn advocacy on his feet - and as we celebrate... Read more

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