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It is important to understand the effects of higher levels of market participation on the resilience of mixed-subsistence communities to climate change. Climate models predict that the Pacific Islands and other regions with mixed-subsistence communities will experience increased climate variability, including more frequent cyclones and...
This guide provides links to selected sources of financial assistance to community groups. Links are sorted according to Federal, State and Territory Government and non-government sources. This guide does not include links to scholarships, fellowships or research grants.
The Ethnic Communities’ Council of Victoria (ECCV) brought together representatives from a diverse range of culturally diverse, religious, and community groups. This is a summary of the facilitated conversation on the topic of community harmony.
The NZAID Small Project Scheme for Vanuatu has been in operation for more than five years. It is timely to review how well the scheme fits with the aims and priorities of the NZAID Vanuatu Development Programme Strategy and what its development impact has...
In the wake of civil conflict, Papua New Guinea (PNG) was faced with significant poverty and injustice. To help address this, Oxfam New Zealand (ONZ) committed to work in partnership with Community Based Organisations (CBO), establishing the Oxfam Highlands Programme (OHP) in 2003. This programme...
In response to the 2000 coup in Fiji and the ensuing violence, femLINKPACIFIC was formed with the aim of giving a voice to women affected by the crisis. Since 2007, the organisation has become more structured focusing on the development of women’s rights, peace and...
This evaluation of the Ola Fou youth worker programme took place over two weeks in late February and March 2008. A participative methodology was used including observation of youth workers in context, a review of literature and programme documentation, focus group discussions in Fiji and...
The purpose of the review of the NZAID Social and Community Development Fund (SCDF) in Timor-Leste was to determine the effectiveness, efficiency and relevance of the SCDF, and in light of these findings, make recommendations for any improvements.
This paper describes the history and development of collective impact, with a focus on Australia, and includes two case studies to examine how collective impact is currently being practised in Australia.
Despite rugby league’s popularity on the eastern seaboard of Australia and in the north of England, Papua New Guinea is the only country where league is considered the national sport.