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PACIFIC

Anelcauhat Waste Management YES Project, Vanuatu
Ben Makoya
The group aims to educate local communities in wise waste management and construct rubbish pits to control the damage to the marine environment...
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Recycling Stations for Schools, Cook Islands
Tamara File
This project aims to raise awareness in recycling to get the community behind the idea of caring for the environment and thus changing behaviours... >> more

 

Empowerment workshop and training on career development skills, Solomon Islands
Fred Pateson
Workshops are being organised to develop the necessary skills to enable youths to acquire a job and develop their career interests... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Facts & other youth projects in Fiji from TakingITGlobal

Traditional Treasures: Preserving and reviving the Niuean language, Niue
Lynsey Talagi
The aim of this project is to keep alive the Niuean language amongst the Niuean community in Christchurch, New Zealand, especially those who were born in New Zealand... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Let's fight HIV/AIDS together, Papua New Guinea
Norman Wai
The project aims to sensitize as many as possible, the 14,000 school youths in the Province on HIV/AIDS. This will be done through awareness raising activities and radio broadcasts... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Facts & other youth projects in Fiji from TakingITGlobal Beautify the Village of Avatele Oneonepata, Niue
Mellisa Talagi
This project aims to raise awareness among the local community of the dumping of rubbish on the beach and to involve all residents in a clean-up campaign... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

 

Tonga Canoe Festival, Tonga
Vanessa Tui'one
The first National Canoe Festival is intended to educate young people about traditional carving methods and lifeways... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Home Gardening: For better nutrition and money in my pocket! Tuvalu
Petueli Noa
A group of young people are being trained in starting up their own home gardens as an alternative source of income. They will also be educated in a healthy diet to avoid diabetes... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

 

Kolgpeng Fish Farming, Papua New Guinea
Titus Kuman
A group of unemployed youths have gotten together to construct a fish farm. The goal is to provide an avenue for the local youths to support their own living...
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PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

 

Teaching and promoting the fire-knife dance, Samoa
Lene Leota & Clare Leota
The project aims to work with underprivileged children and develop their pride and self-esteem through knowledge of the Samoan performing arts... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Training and developing young people to be actively involved in their communities, Samoa
Enele Westerlund
Exposing youth to a lifestyle characterized by love, care, warmth and faith as opposed to the prevailing lifestyle of drugs, sex and materialism... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

On the Spot Radio Program, Tonga
Ebonie Fifita
We want to inform the young people of Tonga and the entire community about the Millennium Development Goals and how these goals specifically relate to the Pacific region and what action can be taken to help achieve these goals... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

National Pride & Unity, Federated States of Micronesia
Osaias Santos
Young people demonstrate their pride by designing appropriate posters and banners for the unity and pride of our youth across the nation... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Dream Cast Drama awareness program, Solomon Islands
Kennedy Folasi
A talented group of youths are dramatizing the issues affecting young people in the communities around Honiara, Solomon Islands. Their goal is to promote active participation of youths in their communities and to bring awareness to social issues affecting young people... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

Young Leaders for a Sustainable Fiji, Fiji
Catherine Nisha
The Young Leaders programme are now in the process of forming a Youth Parliament Alumni that will enable them to coordinate their work together and be a powerful group that will be a 'voice' for young people in Fiji... >> PROJECT COMPLETED!

 

 

 

 

 

 

This page last updated: 8 March 2008