31st October, 2021
31st October, 2021

Fiji has a youthful population with 48% under 25 years of age and women, youth and children are most at risk of sexual violence and abuse and require confidential access to specialised services to achieve their rights.

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05th August, 2021

Building Innate Resilience Through Hearts (BIRTH Fiji) is a registered civil society organisation based Lautoka, Fiji. BRITH Fiji was established in 2019 and provides free professional counselling, community education and social services in the community.

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28th April, 2021

The Udu Point Women’s Initiative Group was established in 2016 and has 26 members from four women's groups from the villages of Udurara, Vunikodi and Nabouono on Vanua Levu.

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28th April, 2021
28th April, 2021

Fiji Cancer Society was founded in 1993 and is the national cancer centre in Fiji. It has established 3 main committees to represent the different activities offered by the Society: cancer education

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28th April, 2021

The YWCA of Fiji works to help empower, promote and educate young people and women on their roles, responsibilities and leadership- enriched by our multi-racial nation and by our world-wide membership,

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10th March, 2021
10th March, 2021

The Labasa Women’s Forum is a registered non-governmental organisation. It works closely with remote women in Northern Division. For last thirty years, without any major funding, Labasa Women’s

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03rd March, 2021

The Pacific Centre for Peacebuilding (PCP) is a non-governmental organisation that focuses on conflict analysis, resolution and transformation. PCP responds to conflicts emerging from changing contexts resulting from globalisation

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12th November, 2020
12th November, 2020

Transcend Oceania is a Fiji-based non-governmental organisation that is committed to advancing sustainable peace and development through justice and non-violence in the Pacific. It was registered under the Fiji Charitable Trust Act in October 2014 and has offices in Suva and Labasa

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11th November, 2020
11th November, 2020

The Pacific Rainbow Advocacy Network (PRAN) is a community-led organisation established in 2008 through the ‘Sekoula Project’ by Empower Pacific. The Lautoka-based network has more than 80 members

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10th November, 2020
10th November, 2020

The Soroptimist International Sigatoka Club is part of a global movement of women with members belonging to more than 3,000 clubs in 126 countries

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10th November, 2020

Soqosoqo Vakamarama Kadavu was set up in 1980 and is made up of women’s groups from the 75 villages in the 9 Tikinas (Districts) in Kadavu.  This women’s group falls under the umbrella of the Soqosoqo Vakamarama iTaukei

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10th November, 2020
10th November, 2020

Waisomo Village Women’s Group (aka Naibati Women's Club), based in Kadavu, comprises of around 50 members from rural and urban areas. The club is involved in several projects, including running a mini bowser, selling fishing gear and operating a credit facility for members.

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10th November, 2020

Solidarity is important now more than ever, as Fiji and the world increases its efforts to combat the spread of the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). With millions of people confirmed to have contracted the virus globally and thousands dead, the world is brought to a standstill.

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31st October, 2019

The project aims to increase viable women’s economic opportunities and improve women’s participation in disaster risk reduction leadership and decision making. ADRA will work with four villages (Sawana, Narocivo, Lomaloma, and Urone) on the island of Vanua Balavu.

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31st October, 2019

The 2nd PFF was held from the 20 – 22 of May 2019 in Suva, Fiji bringing together approximately 150 diverse women from across the Pacific to share knowledge and experiences, celebrate achievements and strategise for collective action to achieve women’s human rights.

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31st October, 2019

FWRM in partnership with Edge Effect in partnership will also hold a two-day workshop on Sexual and Gender Minority Inclusive and Transformative Gender Programs for GESI practitioners and a public forum.

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31st October, 2019

The YFemRise Program will be working simultaneously with two cohorts of diverse young women using two different models with the objective of building agency, changing relations and transforming structures

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31st October, 2019

One of the Councils under the Fiji Commerce and Employers Federation, the WEBC has a vision of ‘Women Entrepreneurs Invigorating the Nation’. Its mission is ‘Advocating Sustainable Practices for Women Entrepreneurs’.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Striders Rugby Women’s Club is registered with the Ministry of Youth & Sports, the Suva Rugby Union and is affiliated with the Pacific Island Players Association. The Club aims to create and develop an environment that recognises rugby

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Graduate Women through this project will enhance young girls’ skills, knowledge, capabilities, selfesteem and aspirations in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) fields.

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31st October, 2019

Over the years, the impact of climate change and the more recent mineral extraction activities near Navakasiga district have continued to eat into their natural resources

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31st October, 2019

The Fiji Disabled People’s Federation (FDPA) is a national cross disability organisation. The Federation is an organisation that is based in the central division, and is registered as a non-profit organisation

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31st October, 2019

While the Pacific presents a rich diversity and cultural heritage, there are many human rights challenges facing LGBTQI persons in the region, including colonial laws which criminalise consensual same-sex conduct, other laws

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Rural women especially those in traditional settings are often perceived as being capable only of handle micro-businesses in Fiji. Women need confidence, networks, and the skills to grow their businesses.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Survival Advocacy Network was established in 2009 through the Scarlet Alliance Programme. SAN aims to empower the lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans sex workers community in Fiji, to ensure they are able to work

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31st October, 2019

Like women of all ages, older women actively contribute to society and lead diverse vibrant lives.  However, many continue to contribute to society and lead diverse vibrant lives. 

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31st October, 2019

Women workers are on a daily basis discriminated against in the workplace by their male colleagues and superiors which affects their overall performance and productivity.

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31st October, 2019

Girls in Fiji are expected to obey without question, not talk back and put up with decisions that are made for them by parents/elders/husbands/men in their life.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Recognising the need for greater visibility of rural women's leadership, the programme will strengthen a vibrant women-led community media network in the Western and Northern Divisions of Fiji.

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31st October, 2019

Over the past decade, there has been significant investment in strengthening child health programs and services in Fiji. This has brought improved health outcomes for neonates, infants, and children

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

The House of Sarah is an initiative of the Association of Anglican Women (AAW), launched in 2009. HoS is managed by a dedicated team of volunteers committed to promoting equal and respectful relationships

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31st October, 2019

Naitasiri Women in Dairy Group (NWDG) was established in June 2017 by a group of women dairy farmers to share farming knowledge, issues, challenges, and experiences encountered as women in a traditionally male-dominated industry.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Ra Naari Parishad (RNP) began in the wake of the 1987 Military Coup as a response to assisting rural Fijian women of Indian descent who were affected within the rural Ra community.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Walks & Trails (Fiji) Limited trading as Talanoa Treks was registered in 2013, a social enterprise working in partnership with four rural communities across rural Viti Levu.

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Rise Beyond the Reef, founded in 2013, addresses unique development needs for rural remote Pacific communities, improving women's and children’s lives through ecologically sustainable income-generating

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31st October, 2019
31st October, 2019

Delailasakau Women’s Group is remotely located in the interior of Fiji, with limited resources. Women depend on farming for their livelihood.

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31st October, 2019

Over the years, the impact of climate change and the more recent mineral extraction activities near Navakasiga district have continued to eat into their natural resources which the inhabitants of this area rely on for their livelihoods.

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21st August, 2019
21st August, 2019

The LäjeRotuma Initiative (LRI) was formed in 2002 as a voluntary youth group intent on mobilising its own community to manage the home island’s natural resources well.

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21st August, 2019

The Sign Language Interpreters Association is a subcommittee of the Fiji Association of the Deaf and are the sole service providers of Deaf people in Fiji, facilitating communication between the deaf and the Hearing.

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