Professor William Pomat

Coping with COVID in PNG

By early June, Papua New Guinea’s COVID-19 cases stood at 15,938 and 15,088 of that number have recovered. There have been 162 deaths, and so at the time of reporting,

Electricity Fiji Ltd

Little light on power sale

By Netani Rika With Fiji caught in the darkness of a descending cloud of COVID-19, its government has pushed through the sale of a large portion of the national energy


Being a consultant in the Pacific

By Ken Katafono We are going through extraordinary times. It hasn’t been lost on me that we’ve been fortunate during this time to continue to work and have a demand

Isabelle Sachet French Polynesia

Our Ocean, Our Heritage, Our Future

Sponsored The Pacific Ocean lies at the heart of Pacific women’s identities, ways and knowledge, and is a source of cultural and material empowerment. It was with this knowledge that

Percentage of women who experienced gender based violence

Ending violence against women and girls

Sponsored content Gender based violence is a scourge of the Pacific. It can take the form of physical or sexual violence at the hands of partners, non-partner sexual assault, sexual