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Samoa Observer, 4th November 2018
A project that assisted villagers to grow climate change-resilient crops has closed after a six-month implementation program.
| 08-Nov-2018
Fiji Times, 29th August 2018
THE impact of climate change on the sugarcane sector means that the introduction and implementation of irrigation must be made a priority, says the Fiji Sugar Corporation.
| 04-Sep-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 3rd June 2018
Principal Agricultural Officer Paula Tuione has been im­pressed with Korotari vege­table farmers for honestly making use of the Farms-CARE initiative.
| 25-Jul-2018
Samoa Observer, 21st May 2018 | 10-Jul-2018
New Zealand Herald, 26th May 2018
Eight Northlanders are among a group of Pacific people discussing ways of protecting indigenous food sources and passing that knowledge to youth.
| 10-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online, 20th May | 10-Jul-2018
Fiji Sun Online 15th May 2018 | 18-May-2018
Relief Web 30th April 2018 | 09-May-2018
Fiji Sun Online 27th April 2018 | 03-May-2018
Devdiscourse 12th April 2018
Out of the 815 million people that suffered from hunger in 2016, 490 million, or 60 percent, live in Asia and the Pacific.
| 17-Apr-2018
12 March 2018 RNZ | 14-Mar-2018
Samoa Observer 25th February 2018 | 28-Feb-2018
ROME, Nov 12 2017 (IPS) - A high-level meeting of political leaders -– hosted by the Food and | 15-Nov-2017
ROME, Nov 12 2017 (IPS) - A high-level meeting of political leaders -– hosted by the Food and | 14-Nov-2017
‘Nothing is more important than securing the future of Fijian people’.
Prime Minister, Voreqe Bainimarama made this comment while delivering his New Year’s message.
| 04-Jan-2017
The risk of reduced access to drinking water and food in the Pacific Islands poses a threat to indigenous and isolated rural communities, especially women and children, warned a Caritas | 07-Oct-2016
Coffee producers in Papua New Guinea have been hit particularly hard, with periods of extreme rainfall, followed by long droughts - patterns far too erratic for the cultivation of their biggest agricultural export, coffee. | 07-Oct-2016
In a bid to formulate sustainable development plans, seven communities in the Nacula District in the Yasawas are currently undergoing consultations. | 08-Jun-2016
LAST week I joined over 60 leaders and representatives of Fijian faith communities, vulnerable communities, civil society, non-governmental organisations, academics, government, inter-governmental and regional organisations at the 2016 Ecumenical Deliberative Forum on Rethinking and Reclaiming the Commons for Our Common Home, held at the Novotel Lami. | 25-Apr-2016

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